ARCHITECTS of CHANGE: Projects that Inspire Me
Waves of Hope, a non-profit community development program in Nicaragua, committed to improve the quality of life of local community through education, development and volunteer efforts. http://www.waves-of-hope.com/
Candy Chang, Taiwanese American artist who is interested in the relationship between public space and personal well being. Her public art projects have examined issues from housing costs and the future of vacant buildings to personal aspirations and anxieties.
Invisible Borders, organization working with artists and individuals in contributing to the patching of numerous gaps and misconceptions posed by frontiers within the 54 countries of Africa through art and photography. http://invisible-borders.com
The Smith Hill Annex, a space on Douglas Avenue in Providence, RI, conceived with the purpose of fostering conversation between members of the College community and the Smith Hill community, to support a mutual understanding and opportunities for collaboration. http://www.providence.edu/smith-hill-annex/Pages/default.aspx
BoaMistura, 'cinco cabezas, diez manos y un solo corazón'. A multidisciplinary team grounded in the graffiti art and committed to raising awareness and fostering civic responsibility in urban spaces. Their insightful projects depict sensitively the invisible realities in our contemporary societies and inspire us to reflect on our relationship with ourselves and with the human community. BoaMistura's footprints have been left in the walls and sidewalks of public spaces in their native España and around the world -Argelia, Brasil, France, Georgia, Great Britain, Mexico, Norway, Panama, Serbia and United States. http://www.boamistura.com/projects.html