Enter the studio of cellist Jacob Cohen as he builds an electric cello from a horseshoe crab exoskeleton and brings it to life in a performance with drummer, kora player, and vocalist Ismaila Diarra.
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ArtsEverywhere is a platform for artistic experimentation and exploration of the fault lines of modern society.
A series of dispatches from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, documenting the social, political, and environmental impacts of Transistmico, a planned interoceanic railway corridor to rival the Panama Canal.
This series asks how writing and reading can become the site of politics, especially for those excluded from state politics (such as prisoners, refugees, or children).
Four33 is hosted and produced by Carey West and Stephen Donnelly in partnership with the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation (IICSI).
A collection of artistic works that show the broad range of contemporary practices in the world today.
Investigative reports on the relationship of geographic proximity/isolation to social justice, human rights, and public policy in under-reported locations around the world.
As COVID-19 travel restrictions in 2020 brought our international projects to a halt, ArtsEverywhere commissioned artists, writers, and activists to explore parallels and intersectionality between the varied experiences of social distancing and quarantine.
A Catholic man who loves Morrissey moves to Israel to study writing. Among his neighbours he finds five remarkable people—three students, a teacher, and a rabbi—who show him the ways that young lives blossom and stray among the people of the Book.
The entangled artistic and activist contexts of these drawings reveal the complex political regime under which artists are working in Russia today.
Our projects are community-led creative and social justice initiatives rooted in deep, personal connections and rigorous local storytelling. We publish work from the projects as part of their related Series.
In collaboration with Rise Up & Talk, a local community-based organization established by Ray, ArtsEverywhere developed the Bidi Bidi Media Lab to provide refugees living in Northern Uganda access to equipment and expertise in developing the skills to become visual storytellers.