BordersCruzadas A Collaborative Story Gustavo stands for a portrait in his temporary home in Ciudad Juárez. Photo by Oscar B. Castillo and Wil Sands. A person on-the-move checks their phone […]
Children Of Syria Children of Syria Michael Sheen Visits Syrian refugee in the Bekka Valley to highlight their needs as winter approaches. A Syrian boy plays on a fence at […]
U.S. Resettlement Five Years Later US Resettlement. Photo by Erika Shultz US Resettlement. Photo by Erika Shultz US Resettlement. Photo by Erika Shultz US Resettlement. Photo by Erika Shultz About […]
SANCTUARY/SUSTENANCE The Story of Many Journeys Shamikcha Gurung, 18. Brentwood Student Group, Brentwood High School Born in camp, Beldangi II 6 years Danced in the camps. “I just want to […]
Deported An American Division/A Family Divided From left, Bryan Quintana-Salazar, 13, cries as his former teacher, Jennifer Walsh, of Ann Arbor, wipes tears from his face before he enters the […]
Faces of the child migrant crisis A Honduran boy at a shelter in Tapachula, a border town in Chiapas. After running away from home, he had no place to go […]
DARFUR/DARFUR DARFUR/DARFUR exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, MA DARFUR/DARFUR exhibit on a triptych screen of 15 meters by 4 in the Trocadéro garden, opposite the Eiffel […]
Body of Water Ethnic Mongol farmer walks into his home’s compound past tons of sand that has accummulated against a wall that faces the sand desert. Tongu-lugu-lar/Taorimu Tuhasha, Inner Mongolia, […]
As ART WORKS Projects reflects on our past 15 years amplifying the voices of those impacted by human rights abuses, we are revisiting our friends whose stories left an indelible mark on our journey together.
While the world stood by as the ongoing conflict in Syria resulted in mass civilian death and displacement, ART WORKS Projects turned its attention to Syria’s most vulnerable population – its children.