From running an interdisciplinary art festival in Hawai’i; to collaborating with the Latino Development of WA to run a performing and visual arts Studio at Monroe Correctional Facility; to exploring food justice and community displacement using Theatre of the Oppressed - our members are busy doing work at the intersection of professional art-making, community-building, and racial and social equity. We believe that in the face of all the troubles our communities currently face - we’re going to need creative thinking to get out of this mess. The arts - and artists in particular - have a key role to play in helping to creatively address these issues.