Culture Project is dedicated to addressing critical human rights issues by creating and supporting artistic work that amplifies marginalized voices. By fostering innovative collaboration between human rights organizations and artists, we aim to inspire and impact public dialogue and policy, encouraging democratic participation in the most urgent matters of our time.



 Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America

On June 19, 2018, Liberated PeopleOff Center Productions, and Culture Project will bring Jeffery Robinson’s renowned talk on the history of racism to the New York stage. Who We Are – A Chronicle of Racism in America reexamines 400 years of America’s stolen history though Robinson’s eyes. From the historical connection of slave patrols to local police departments, through the massacres of communities of freed slaves, to the fact that the essential elements of the practice of modern day slavery continued long after the civil war, Jeffery Robinson challenges us to think about where we started as a country, where we are, and where we want to end up. His words lay bare an all-but-forgotten past, as well as our shared responsibility to create a better country in our lifetime

For more information, visit: https://thewhoweareproject.org





Our New Home

We have found a new home at The Grand Hall at Saint Mary Church, a historic 9,000 square-foot performance hall at the base of the Williamsburg Bridge. As we leave behind our former home on Bleecker Street, this new space will allow us to dedicate the majority of our resources to benefit the artists we were always meant to serve. Stay tuned as we move into the new era of Culture Project!