If Not Now, When? is a digital series sponsored by Peace Mural Foundation. Every week we exhibit short-form
As part of our digital series If Not Now, When?, we interviewed Dr. Justin Koren on the Racism Mural by Huong.
By Marina Ziehe | March 1, 2020
Huong was 25 when she jumped on a boat and fled. She was not alone.
By Marina Ziehe | February 4, 2020
“When our athmosphere is under attack, what do we do?” yells 16-year-old Samantha
Danilo de La Torre is an Electrical Engineering student at FIU. He organizes strikes for Climate Emergency Action as
Nikki Traylor-Knowles is an Assistant Professor of Marine Biology and Ecology at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Mermaid Esmeralda lives in the waters of Miami and has a message for you.
Mihai Preda, PhD in Physics, knows that prevention and resolution of environmental problems depends significantly on effective actions, from individuals
Nearly 20 years in the making, Huong’s Peace Mural is the culmination of 30 years of searing memories that bring
Claire Paris-Limouzy is a biological oceanographer and a professor of Ocean Sciences at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of
Extinction Rebellion is a global environmental movement with the goal of using nonviolent civil disobedience to compel government action to
If not now, when?
Today we talked to Lee Ann Lester, International Art Fair Organizer for 25 years in Miami,
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The Global Warming Mural is at
Today we are launching a new web series about global warming, If Not Now, When?
Every week you will get a chance
The facts of climate change and global warming are beyond serious dispute, and artists are in the forefront of using their
MIAMI – With a backdrop of an unprecedented hurricane season and a rapid politicization of science, Miami artist Huong is preparing
A warm hello from the artist, hi art lovers, how was your summer ? had a ton of fun with
The NIIC 2013 crew is thrilled and honored to invite Huong, a Vietnamese-American artist and activist, to share her beautiful,
On a cold, bitter January 20, 2009, before sunrise, I – joined by 1.8 million people – stepped on to
Demarais was interested in both art and music. During high school, he spent his weekends across the Hudson River playing jazz
The same day when President Obama travels to Oslo, Norway to accept his Nobel Peace Price. Dec-10th-2009 , Presented by