That's a wrap!


The IndieGoGo campaign has officially wrapped!  Thanks to your generosity and two last-minute grants from Emerson College and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, the technology for Boston #StandsWithImmigrants is now 90% funded! THANK YOU for all your support and belief in a more inclusive and compassionate world.

Those of you who claimed perks, we’ll be processing and sending those out over the next couple months.

Those of you who contributed $25 or more, we are now taking your nominations for a local immigrant or refugee to include in the project. Simply reply to this email with their name, contact information and a brief description of why you’re nominating them. At the end of January we will select one subject to include in the final body of work.

Upcoming events:

  • New Year’s Eve – At the strike of midnight, our projections will appear on what’s being billed as the “Largest Canvas on Earth” - Emerson College’s Uncommon Project. If you’re out and about on the Boston Common for First Night activities, please join us for the countdown and unveiling!
  • Tonight 12/28 Erik will talking about the project on The Take with Sue O’Connell. Show time is at 7pm on NECN.

More updates to come as the campaign rolls on! Happy New Year!