people we love, projects we create

Open Letter To My Younger Self: You'll be fine. Let Go.

Open Letter To My Younger Self: You'll be fine. Let Go.

In November of 2017,  I received a text that would fulfill a couple of my dreams. Curator, Neysa Page-Lieberman asked “Would I like to go to ...
Can we Desegregate Chicago?

Can we Desegregate Chicago?

I want to know how successful we would be as a city if we integrated more -- if we combined strengths and competed less -- if we built bridges and created financial sustainability amongst each other. What would Chicago be like if it wasn’t segregated?

TraffickFree

TraffickFree

This year, 2018, we will partner with TraffickFree to exhibit artwork that helps to share a visual glimpse into the lives of human trafficking survivors. 
Brooklyn Community Pride Center

Brooklyn Community Pride Center

Artists, Jenny Q and Sam Kirk completed their final mural of 2017 at the new Brooklyn Community Pride Center in Bedstuy, Brooklyn. Together they have completed 10 murals this year between New York and Chicago, celebrating various cultures through vibrant colors while creating dialogue via their focus on marginalized communities for the public to enjoy.
Smart University

Smart University

For World AIDS Day in 2013, we collaborated with Smart University and Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York to develop a community based program tha...
Healing to Action

Healing to Action

In 2016, Healing to Action formed to support worker leaders in developing meaningful responses to gender violence in their communities.
Project Fierce Chicago

Project Fierce Chicago

In 2012, Sam Kirk partnered with Project Fierce Chicago to develop artwork that would visually represent their efforts, while sharing the a glimpse...