What We Do
For 47 years, we have been creating an array of multimedia, multicultural projects with people of all ages for audiences of all ages all over the world.
Our activities are divided into three parts: teaching artist residencies, photographic projects, and video production.
What You Will Support
Your donations will support our work in progress. A current focus is Peace House People. It is a documentary photography project to portray a year in the life of people at a homeless shelter.
One video in progress is The Jewel Boxes: Louis Sullivan. It is an essay on the idea of organic architecture. The documentary uses the seven small town bank buildings which Sullivan designed as variations to illumine a theme.
Since 1972, we have been creating a diverse range of cultural work from live performances in theaters and parks to art exhibitions in museums, libraries and other public spaces to television broadcasts.
Notably, The Center has produced seven documentaries directed by Mike Hazard that have been nationally telecast on PBS. In addition, we have made 188 videos that play on social media.
The Center is a lean and meaningful micro-nonprofit with only one regular employee, Mike Hazard, and a lively board of directors. We contract with many talented individuals and collaborate with many organizations to create each special project with panache.