Build Me A World is an initiative of The SoulCare Project that serves as a multi-media / fine arts collective developing people into poets, artists, and designers….creating new stories and cultivating a movement of art activism in the black community.
Our strategy includes:
- Connecting professional poets, filmmakers, and creatives to our collective.
- Providing opportunities of positive self-expression through art and possible employment.
- Building collaborative spaces for creative encounter (i.e. coffee house / poetry workshops / screen printing / recording studio)
- The Build Me A World art development process which:
- Disassembles (deconstruct old story)
- Discovers (brainstorm new stories)
- Deliberates (choose new story)
- Deploys (practice new story)…..that new, authentic regenerative story through critical dialogue meetings and creative prototyping hosted in our studio.
Chris Woodhull leads a conversation about MLK Street.
A short “fly on the wall” doc. / conversation about race, history, and possibility in regards to MLK Street in Chattanooga, Tn. At BMAW we like to call this “the kitchen conversation” because we feel the best conversations always happen in the car when your leaving something, or in the kitchen.
Chris Woodhull sits down with City Councilmen Moses Freeman to discuss Chattanooga’s MLK.
Me In A Minute
Click the link above to view the whole series of 11 short films.