"The range of artistic expression is as wide and expansive as the central issue of the festival itself. To that end, Tom Block has curated the pieces with an eye toward not only the talents and level of craft of those involved, but also their “incredible passion and sincerity.” -- Brooklyn Rail
The International Human Rights Art Festivalwill bring together more than 150 artists producing more than 50 events, all of them oriented toward advocacy. Artistic media will include theatre, performance, dance, spoken word, painting, photography, music, literary arts, workshops, panel discussions, a kidsfest, film and others. It will raise social, cultural and political issues, as well as offering gentle, positive responses through thoughtful beauty and political and social thinking.
International Human Rights Art Festival, presented by The Institute of Prophetic Activist Art, co-sponsored and housed by Dixon Place
161A Chrystie St, New York City March 3-5, 2017
Tickets are Free-$25 at www.dixonplace.org