The traveling art exhibition includes the work of seventy-five 2D, 3D, filmmakers, and live performance artists from around the world. Each artist explores human rights, civil rights, or social justice issues through their respective mediums. In addition to paintings, mixed media works, and photographs, avant-garde animated and experimental films are also featured in the exhibition. The Festival includes artwork by Ryan Netterville, honoring his brother Shane who was shot and killed by Fargo police in July of 2022. It also includes two poems by Karen Van Fossan -- "Solidarity is Not a Favor" and "Prayer for Children at the Border."
Schedule for the traveling exhibit: https://www.human-family.org/2023/01/18/human-rights-film-and-arts-festival-returns-for-2023/