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Public Art Project Inside Out For Dreamers In Memphis 12/8

Come take your photo in the Inside Out photo truck, paste it, and participate in this public art installation to support Dreamers on December 8th.

Share your portrait. Make a statement. We are all Dreamers.

The Inside Out Project is making its way to Memphis this weekend, and all ages are invited to participate at no cost! Operating as a global, participatory art initiative, The Inside Out Project works to give everyone the opportunity to share their portrait and express what they stand for. The overarching goal of this initiative is to create a portrait of America that includes immigrants and descendants of immigrants alike.

  • When: Friday, December 8th 9am-3pm
  • Where: Christian Brothers University (650 E Parkway S)
  • Cost: FREE!

Inside Out/Dreamers aims to represent the diversity and unity of people that can call America home. It is a nationwide participatory art initiative aimed at creating a portrait of America that includes immigrants and the descendants of immigrants alike.

Originally launched in 2011 by world-renowned artist JR, the project has since acquired over 300,000 participants in 141 countries. The project has travelled from Ecuador to Nepal, from Mexico to Indonesia, inspiring group actions on varied themes such as hope, diversity, gender-based violence, climate change, and so much more.

Beyond any political debate about dreamers, these portraits remind us that behind the policies are real human stories that are deeply rooted in the story of this country.

Join the Inside Out movement and keep up with the project on Facebook.

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