art and social justice

Fierce Power: Immigrants Living in Sanctuary

Fierce Power: Immigrants Living in Sanctuary

Colorado filmmaker Alan Domínguez created his Document Ed. film project with a two-fold vision — to highlight the stories of immigrants living in sanctuary in Colorado, in their own words, while also partnering with young people interested in learning documentary filmmaking skills. The project is a testimony to the courage and tenacity of immigration and human rights activists in Colorado, illuminating the challenges, and unwavering dedication to fighting for the right to stay in the place they call home.

Meet the New Cohort of Arts in Society Grantees!

Meet the New Cohort of Arts in Society Grantees!

Grantees have been selected for the 2019 Arts in Society grant program! Read about the twenty four Colorado artists and organizations selected receive a total of $500,000 for their innovative projects utilizing the arts as an integral element in promoting social justice and community welfare.  

Arts in Society is a collaborative grant-making program is backed by Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, Colorado Creative Industries, and Hemera Foundation, and administered in partnership with RedLine Contemporary Art Center.