Art of Activism
We treat art as a political act.
A conscious effort to facilitate and participate in social change. A catalyst acting for human rights education, raising awareness on major social issues, and unleashing the power of each individual to take action toward positive change. That is why artists have often played a key role in social movements, addressing issues ranging from sexism to immigration to homophobia. Through their expression, artists are able to transcend barriers, challenge cultural narratives, and stimulate emotional response in a way that traditional methods alone rarely do.
This is why we believe in art as a powerful tool providing a transformative educational experience for young people. And this is why Droa is working with diverse communities to create positive change through processes of participatory art making.