ART WORKS Projects is celebrating our 15 year anniversary as a human rights organization advancing social justice through advocacy, grassroots activism, and visual storytelling.
We invite you on the journey as we build a vision for what the next 15 years look like in our pursuit for human rights and social justice.
As we continue to build out our new look, we encourage you to visit our old site to learn more about AWP.
Receive invitations to our 15 year anniversary events and find out how you can become an AWP supporter.
As we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, our hope is that we come out of this shared experience with lessons learned about our place and role in this global community.
Our 15 year anniversary allows us an opportunity to revisit our past exhibits and the issues we set out to address since 2006 in effort to re-imagine what the next decade of human rights activism and advocacy might look like through the lens of visual arts and beyond.
As AWP reflects on our past 15 years, we are revisiting our friends whose stories left an indelible mark on our journey together. We asked photographer Erika Schultz to check in with the Biswa family five years after featuring their family’s resettlement story – from a camp in Nepal to reuniting with their family in Washington.