Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Chief of Program and Pedagogy at YBCA—and newly-appointed Vice President and Artistic Director of Social Impact at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.—will use his wisdom and words as Moderator of the ‘re:home’ For Freedoms Town Hall, Saturday, December 15 from 6-8pm, to explore the question “How do creatives show up as humanitarians within the context of democracy?”
Sergio De La Torre and Chris Treggiari, Sanctuary City Project’s mobile tricycle silk screen cart.
Sergio De La Torre and Chris Treggiari, Sanctuary City Project’s billboards and banners, San Francisco.
Michelle Hartney, Make America Love Again, 2016. Hartney’s small artworks, pins, stickers and prints will be available in the re:home Pop-Up Shop. All proceeds go to the artist’s designated non-profit organization supporting homeless, immigrant and creative communities in SF Bay Area. For RefugeeOne.
Hanif Sadr, Culinary Curator for re:home, For Freedoms Exhibition, Minnesota Street Project, December 1 – 29, 2018. In addition, to presenting delicious cuisine for our event, Sadr will be offering a limited number of copies of his The Immigrant Cookbook for sale in our Pop-Up Shop. All proceeds go to artist designated non-profit organizations supporting homeless, immigrant and creative communities in SF Bay Area.