The Kultur Stories Pilot would like to share its Guest Artists Presentations highlights with you. Prepared by Kultur Stories interns, Liz Morgan, Joyce Koo, and Niles Garrison, these highlights provide valuable advice, shared experiences, and encapsulate the healing power of art and music in response to oppression. Kultur Stories: Margot NeuhausGuest Artist […]
Our latest shared story is with Avshi Weinstein, a violinmaker and co-founder of Violins of Hope. In December 2018, we had an opportunity to meet with Avshi and film an interview with him to learn about how his family’s violin business and Violins of Hope. Read more about the story here.
The Arts Institute and the Performing Arts Department at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD hosting our workshop "Make Art Not War", Arts Responses to Oppression. Students and faculty participated in our program and are featured in our highlight video, above.
The Root Foundation Rwanda is proud of the work it has accomplished in the past and is glad for all its friends and supporters that have helped to achieve these great results. However, due to continuous financial shortages, we have, as an organization that is solely based on voluntary work, reached a point where we […]
Thank you to all participants from Nawe Osobola Mcing Project Uganda for working with us in our Connecting Classrooms Workshop last Tuesday. We loved that your group included participants of all ages from 7 years old to 71! Mc Emilie 22, Brian Kyakabii 51, Sulphure 18, Godfrey mugerwa 19, Ramthan Mawa 16, William Oskol 71, Doticom safiu 20, Makweta eto 20, Daniel […]
We are excited to lead our Connecting Classrooms between kids in Rwanda and Kigali on September 18th!!!!