Over the years, ArtWorks for Freedom has been fortunate to work with incredible collaborators. These people have come to us as staff, Contributing Artists, partners in hosting impactful exhibits around the globe, and volunteers. All of these forms of collaboration are remarkable, but there is something intrinsically moving about the role a volunteer plays in […]
“The Places They Will Go” © Helen Zughaib “My work is ultimately about creating empathy. Creating a shared space for introspection and dialogue. I ask the viewer to see through someone else’s eyes, to walk in another’s shoes. To accept the ‘other.’ To reject divisiveness. To promote acceptance and understanding and to reject violence and subjugation of […]
Matilde Simas’ work as a photographer and visual storyteller, guided by her primary role of humanitarian, has taken her around the globe. Her work’s primary focus is human rights, with the goal being to leverage storytelling to inform, provoke discussion, and ultimately inspire action. As Simas explains, “I achieve this by public speaking and exhibiting […]
Prior to the ArtWorks for Freedom Easton MD campaign, McFadden was unaware of the gravity and pervasiveness of human trafficking, locally and globally. Before the inception of “Caged”, she set out to educate herself and was struck and overwhelmed by the reality that came to light through in-depth exploration of the subject she sought an artistic response to.
Hannah SteinHannah Stein is a contributing writer for the ArtWorks for Freedom blog. She is pursuing her master’s degree in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at George Washington University. She is passionate about combatting human trafficking, gender-based violence, and inequality. artworksforfreedom.org
Hannah Stein is a contributing writer for the ArtWorks for Freedom blog. She is pursuing her master’s degree in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at George Washington University. She is passionate about combatting human trafficking, gender-based violence, and inequality.