Seeds of Hope: A Project in Support of Immigrants

Seeds of Hope: A Project in Support of Immigrants

April 10th, 2017 by Michele Thebérge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday April 19, 2017
6:00 – 8:00 pm
The Laundry SF Gallery
3359 26th Street
San Francisco, California
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This performative art installation, part of the 100 days action, focuses on the wishes, hopes, dreams and aspirations of immigrants and Americans of the past and present uniting and amplifying them in a secular prayer action. Each person is represented by a small painting of a seed. As each seed is pinned to the gallery wall, the personal intention of the person represented is spoken out loud.

Include your wish or dream for the future!

Answer the three anonymous questions here about your hope or dream for the future and please share them around. You can help make this project stronger by including your voice and those of your friends.

Respondar en español aqui.

We are looking for helpers and volunteers!

Would you like to help out on the night of the event? We need photographers and videographers to document the event.

If you are not available in the San Francisco Bay Area but have web, excel or video editing skills, you can get also involved!

Do you speak another language? We’d love to translate this page into other languages.

Or would you like to be part of the team helping organize, spread the word and prepare? We’d love your participation. Drop me an email!

 

Seeds of Hope will also be at the
New Museum of Los Gatos  June 24, 2017.
Details forthcoming.