National Public Art Project
Highlights Undocumented Immigrant Families Affected by Detention and Deportation.
Dover Friends Meeting Sunday, June 13th, 2:00 pm-4:00 pm
A series of three large-scale public art installations in NORTH CAROLINA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, AND COLORADO amplify the stories of local undocumented immigrants impacted by detention and deportation
We are excited to unveil the public artworks highlighting the stories of community members that have participated in the Familias Separadas project! The national project focuses on the stories of immigrant families living in the United States and how they have been impacted by detention and deportations. Since January 2020, lead artist Michelle Angela Ortiz and her Creative Team (Playwright Paul Flores and local artist Grace Kindeke) have worked closely with participants from the undocumented immigrant community in New Hampshire.
Join Dover Friends, American Friends Service Committee, Never Again Action and other community partners for this extraordinary community art event. Join us for the unveiling and program at Dover Friends Meeting house at 2 PM, followed by food and fellowship. All are welcome!
2:00 pm- Unveiling- Dover Friends Meeting House, 141 Central Ave, Dover, NH
- Familias Separadas local artist- Grace Kindeke (also AFSC staffer)
- Community Partner- Maggie Fogarty, American Friends Service Committee
- Community Participants- read testimonials from Mark and G. former detainees
- Representative from the Dover Friends Meeting House
Questions? Contact Beth Collea, firstname.lastname@example.org.