One Bus. Eight Cities. Two Weeks. We will have pop-up screenings and public art activations, from New York to Miami. As we travel throughout a number of cities, we’ll be using our bus as a stage to invite people of all ages and backgrounds to share their stories, hopes, and dreams for the future, while also projecting community pieces onto large cityscapes. We’re bringing attention to global issues, using art as a tool to seed higher consciousness and broadcast unspoken dreams of communities across the US — especially the underrepresented voices. We are offsetting the bus’s carbon footprint by contributing 10% of this campaign to Jaguar Siembra, a non-profit foundation dedicated to preserving Nature & Ancient Wisdom, planting 10,000 trees for Food Forests in the heart of the world, La Sierra Nevada in Colombia.
Led by Angela del Sol Varelaarski
Seed Evolution is a movement to weave the dreams and visions of humanity.
We seek to transform city streets from a space of passive consumption and transit into a site of creative engagement and community dialogue.
Angela Del Sol is an activist and creative producer, passionate about the connection between art, culture, and social impact.
Her clients include Frieze Art Fair, The Economist, UN’s Peace Boat US, Summit Series, US Open, Coach, Panorama NYC, VR World, Little Sun Energy, and More.She has fundraised over 100k to deliver solar power and water to communities in need.
Unstoppable voters projects throughout the country relieve tensions and look to the future as every vote is counted
Experts predict that election returns will be slow and chaotic. Artists are preparing by answering critical questions: How can we counter tension, fear and potential violence? How do we inspire resilience and hope to defend the basic tenets of democracy? How do we respond with so many unknown factors?
The Center for Artistic Activism’s Unstoppable Voters Project has gathered a group of artists and culture makers who know how to transform emotions and support a weary nation through early voting and the transfer of power during a challenging election season. As the nation awaits election results and their aftermath, projects will help folks relieve tension on the streets, at counting sites and in their homes, with Counting Cheerleaders, the creation of Social Emergency Response Centers, of-the-moment songs created and distributed by the Peace Poets, and continued performances by Emergency Circus and dancing mailboxes Delivering Democracy, among other projects.