THE NEW ABOLITIONISTS
Don’t be discouraged by this topic
This Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival film takes audiences on a journey into Southeast Asia, an area widely considered to be the “most trafficked" region of the globe, and searches for answers to why and how human sex trafficking flourishes in these areas.
ON THE SAMARA'S WING: ETHNOBOTANICAL NEGOTIATIONS OF CULTURAL SPACE
The new in-person exhibition is on display from October 21st through January 23rd
The City of Pembroke Pines and Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery are presenting On The
Samara's Wing: Ethnobotanical Negotiations of Cultural Space, an exhibition that focuses on artists who explore immigration, diaspora, transnational identity, race and belonging through dramatic allegories of landscape, botany and organic materials.
AARLCC SELECTS ARTISTS FOR "ART AND ACTIVISM" SOCIAL JUSTICE ART RESIDENCY
Five artists chosen for the African American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) Social Justice Art Residency project.
The Art and Activism Residency will use the arts to address and learn from historical and contemporary issues while simultaneously creating opportunities for our communities to engage and find hope and inspiration through art.