An educational, art and story-telling based collaborative, what moves you? projects aim to generate awareness and inspire action by tapping into people’s personal experiences and values. WMY traveling portrait/interview exhibits and facilitated dialogues offer diverse perspectives and an in-depth approach to the individual experiences that underlie complex societal issues, such as immigration or environmental justice.
Above: What Moves You? MEXUS in the Gutfreund Cornett Art exhibit, Beyond Borders: Stories of im/Migration, 2018 Santa Clara University, Edward M. Dowd Art and Art History Building Gallery
MEXUS, a platform for inclusive dialogue, stories and images exploring the interconnected relationship between Mexico and the United States.
Above: MEXUS presented at Wassaic Art Festival. Left: “I came here out of curiosity.” Right: “Somebody wanted to tell my story.”
Above: Images from What Moves You? Indocumentales film screenings and dialogues on immigration co-presented by WCPUN/what moves you?, Cinema Tropical, and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU.
Above: “Global Voices” exhibit of activists’ stories at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, the Aspen Institute, and United Nations Headquarters
Above: Artwork for what moves you? logo by Antonio Sanchez.