Small actions can ignite change...
You are invited
To a special opening preview reception for
8000 paper clips & one SKYPE call
Pop up exhibit on view from Aug 4 - 25th, 2016
An artistic encounter with south sudanese refugees
deported from Israel & living in Uganda
US opening at New Americans Museum with
a project video documentary by Nitsan Tal
2825 Dewey Rd San Diego, Liberty Station
Preview Reception Thurs. Aug 4, 6pm-7:30pm
(Free parking. Wine & refreshments will be served)
Meet visiting curator Olga Sureda Guasch
& hear about this Project & its next stop: Lincoln Center!
or visit our NAM FB page to rsvp
Thanks to the Leichtag Foundation for their visión & support of NAM in bringing these projects to the public
Local partners: NewSchool of Architecture, PANA, Southern Sudanese Center
Thank you for joining us this past June for the seond year of Immigrant Heritage Month. Throughout the
month of June we celebrate both our diversity and our combined American heritage
by sharing the stories of individuals that, together, comprise a uniquely
To tell your story please
contact us via email at:
I AM AN IMMIGRANT...
Now - more than ever - it is important to demonstrate how America's diversity - fueled in great part by immigrants - makes us stronger and more connected as a nation.
This Immigrant Heritage Month, the #IAmAnImmigrant campaign encourages all of us to explore our individual heritage & recognize our distinct and shared experiences.We all have our piece in the American story, whether as a new immigrant, native to this land, a descendent of slavery or those who came to our nation seeking a better life.
#IAmAnImmigrant honors each of our families' sacrifices, struggles and successes - American's strength is reflected in our diversity built over generations.
Join artists, entertainers, elected officials, organizations and your friends in celebrating the diverse heritage of our nation's social fabric. Stand with immigrants, and join us on the road and online at #IAmAnImmigrant to celebrate the monumental contributions that immigrants have made - and continue to make every day.
Immigrant Heritage Month Spotlight:
From Migrant Farmworker to Astronaut
Jose Hernandez is the child of Mexican immigrants. He worked alongside his parents picking crops in the United States. They went wherever there was work. Finally in the second grade his parents made the decision to stay in the United States and make California home. Jose Recounts his dream-turned reality, which is living proof that Mexican-Americans can achieve the highest of heights, including space!