“Racial Harmony”, the program that we sponsored to bring youth together to discuss racial issues and create music and videos, has won several awards from film festivals over the last few months:
– Nominated for Best Documentary Short by the IndieX Festival in Los Angeles 
– Runner Up for Best Documentary Short by the Oniros Film Festival in New York in May 
– Winner for Best First Time Producer by the Oniros Film Festival in May
AND, we have been selected to be streamed live at the Global Peace Film Festival’s Free For All Shorts program, which will be held online from September 26 through October 2nd
Click here for the program:
2022 ‘Free for All’ Shorts – Global Peace Film Festival

Watch Lucy Rinaldi’s Pre-Festival Interview with the Global Peace Festival Organisers HERE

In the fall of 2020, the Racial Harmony program began at Andrew’s Studio. This eight week project brought together sixteen young adults/youth ranging in age from 12-24. Over this time, they worked with the Domus and Arch Street studio leaders singly and in pairs to produce creative pieces expressing their feelings and hopes about racial issues.

Click on any of the links below to access each piece:

Changes by Evelyn Fitts
Yo No Puedo Mas by Nick Frank
Untitled by Pearson Miller
Untitled by William Markline
Assumptions by William Ewald & Lillian Mitchell
REMINISCING by Diodre Myers
Untitled by Scotty Bazile
The Way They Are by Sammy Farrell

Videos can be found on our YouTube page, click the links below:

Big Mood by Diego Ayala: https://youtu.be/PzKLLGc6PRs

Alissa’s Poem by Alissa Brivett: https://youtu.be/nLhwrE-P0yY

Everyone Feels Pain by Londyn Willis and Francisco Garcia: https://youtu.be/NF3W0j-EIPA

Album Cover created by Bee Healy & Ellie Englund