ArtWorks for Freedom

ArtWorks for Freedom

ArtWorks for Freedom takes it on the Road !

This spring, Kay Chernush and ArtWorks for Freedom hit the road to visit Michigan State University, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and New York University.

February 15 - March 31, 2015

"Bought & Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking" is currently on exhibit at the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Law. "Borderless Captivity" is being exhibited at MSU Global, and ArtWorks Founder & Director Kay Chernush will visit MSU

as a featured panelist and lecturer.

April 6 - May 17, 2015

"Bought & Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking" will travel to New York University where it will be exhibited in the Kimmel Center 8th Floor Gallery. Panel discussions about Art and Social Change, Labor Exploitation in the Gulf, and a performance by actor/writer and Butoh

dancer/choreographer Dawn Saito are also scheduled.

Trafficking survivor Barbara Amaya will give a talk and sign copies of her memoir "Nobody's Girl."

Visit Calendar of Events for more ArtWorks for Freedom events coming up this spring.

ArtWorks for Freedom is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to use the power of art in the fight against modern slavery and human trafficking.

With your support, ArtWorks for Freedom has reached 500,000 people through our arts-based global cities campaigns and built a network of NGOs, activists and artists committed to exposing human trafficking. To continue raising awareness and inspiring audiences to contribute their creativity to this critical fight, we need you to join us.

Can you help us with a donation of $25, $100, $500

or any amount today?

Your donation allows us to build communities of awareness of human trafficking across the globe through collaborations with organizations like the New York-based Groundswell Community Mural Project. Together with Groundswell, we engaged teenage artists to create an amazing 12-panel mobile mural entitled, "What You See Is Not Who I Am.”

Our ability to build partnerships and widely exhibit art like “What You See is Not Who I Am” hinges on your financial donations. Be part of the solution! Make a contribution today so that we can tell the story about human trafficking, provide a platform for expression, and help concerned citizens become creative activists for freedom.


For information about partnerships, sponsorships, artistic collaborations and exhibitions of "Bought & Sold," please contact

Kay Chernush

Founder & Director

ArtWorks for Freedom

3855 North 30th Street

Arlington, VA 22207

T +1 703 528 1195