Please join ART WORKS Projects at the Journeys Festival International (JFI) for an installation of AWP’s film Sanctuary/Sustenance. The film traces the journey of a family during the catastrophic events of displacement, on a path to sanctuary, and through the long process of rebuilding life in a new community.
Sanctuary/Sustenance aims to raise the public consciousness of these issues to a wide variety of people, and facilitate conversations about our collective responsibility to welcome refugees and encourage policy makers to act in favor of fundamental human rights for refugees and asylum seekers.
Journeys Festival International
New Walk Museum Takeover
September 2, 2017 – 10am to 5pm
September 3, 2017 – 11am to 5pm
The projection of Sanctuary/Sustenance will loop throughout the open hours of the JFI at the New Walk Museum September 2 and 3.
The Journeys Festival International celebrates the creative talent of exceptional refugee and asylum seeker artists and shares the refugee experience through great art and culture. The festival works across a wide range of creative media and disciplines including live music, hands-on artist-led workshops, theatre, performance, film, discussion, exhibitions and pop-up events. The Journeys Festival International aims to bring the talent of local, national and international refugee artists to the general public – creating a positive interface with the community.
Photographers: Lynsey Addario, Marcus Bleasdale, Paula Bronstein, Helene Caux, Jean Chung, Don Doll, Ron Haviv, David Hogsholt, Giulio di Sturco, and James Whitlow Delano. Filmmakers & Directors: Maren Wickwire and Leslie Thomas. Composer: Osvaldo Noé Golijov. Additional music by Lee Maddeford, Jonathan Wiest, and Ventanas.