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We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and other forums we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating local talent and art from around the world.

Denver’s thriving economy has given rise to the arts. It’s also a transit zone and hub for victims of labor and sex-trafficking, and like the rest of the country, we face an ever growing problem with modern day slavery. If you are of the mindset to honor the creativity of the human spirit in all of us, and want to join others in helping to express it as an avenue to fight its opposite: slavery in all of its forms, then please consider joining our efforts to find solutions to this problem. Help plan and execute our events; attend our events; share us on social media; become a Project HARTwork artist and support our artists and our cause by purchasing art. Bring your creative spirit, ideas and talents and let’s see how we can employ the power of art to make a difference!

Upcoming events (5+)

MeetUp With Us @ The Art of Brunch

910 Santa Fe Dr

MeetUp With Us @ Santa Fe Art District We are going out and about to celebrate local art together. We will meet at mmm...COFFEE! at 11am then set out to explore the galleries of the Santa Fe Art District and enjoy some delicious brunch bites!

MeetUp With Us @ Colfax Art Crawl: Circus Street Party

MeetUp With Us at this 40 West Arts District event! We are going out and about to celebrate local art together. We will meet at the 40 West Arts Gallery at 6pm then join the circus! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Event Description Join 40 West Arts District and the 40 West ArtLine for a FREE outdoor celebration of circus arts, acts and events. - Rainbow Militia will be spinning aerial arts high in the sky above the green line. See them twirl and spin on silk fabrics throughout the evening. - Artist Greg Wazil is bringing his metal menagerie of animals for an outdoor sculpture garden of circus animals. - Enjoy circus style foods including a cotton candy station, popcorn station, snow cone station and more. - See weird, wild and wonderful individuals who choose to look a little “different” (think tattoos, piercings, wild outfits and more). - We also invite kids of all ages to wear your costumes … superheros, princesses, comic book characters and other, where you at? Add to the circus fun by wearing anything and everything!

Meet Up With Us @ Indigenous Film & Arts Festival

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Meet Up With Us @ DMNS - Indigenous Film 68 Voices, 68 Corazones Event Description The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is pleased to partner with the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management and the Denver American Indian Commission to present Indigenous Film, a monthly indigenous film series. Please use the IMAX evening entrance on the east side of the Museum. Concessions are available for purchase. 68 Voces, 68 Corazones: This series of animated indigenous stories, each narrated in its original language, is designed to promote pride, respect and use of the indigenous languages of Mexico. Upon completion, the project will include an animation for each of the 68 language families in Mexico. Our program will screen the 22 animations completed in 2016 and 2017. Subtitled in English. (Hola Combo,[masked].). A discussion with the audience will follow the film.

Boulder International Festival

Pearl Street

This will be our 5th year at this great event! Join us for live music and dancing celebrating cultures from around the world. We will have our booth set up with new artwork from Vietnam, Senegal and some local artists too! If you want to volunteer with us at this event contact [masked]

Past events (18)

Leang Seckon Prophecy Exhibit Reception

McNichols Civic Center Building

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