los angeles: mike bonifer q&a
Wednesday, November 16th Malibu: Mike Bonifer Q&A With bigSTORY, Mike Bonifer has helped define ways to shape the future through the stories we create together. Bonifer has long pioneered storytelling practices and platforms for companies such as Disney, Pixar, Skype and non-profits such as Sachamama.org and The Ron Finley Project. This is a unique opportunity for
rock your world professional development training
Rock Your World, a Common Core-aligned human rights education curriculum that promotes activism through media and the arts, is excited to announce our upcoming FREE professional development workshop at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles on November 6th and 7th. ALL EXPENSES ARE PAID for participating California educators, including flights, hotels, ground transportation, workshop fees
atlanta: after the fall screening & panel
Join us on Sunday, October 23rd at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta as we screen CAP alumni film AFTER THE FALL: HIV GROWS UP. Meet the courageous survivors of the pediatric AIDS epidemic that swept Romania and shocked the world. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with
we’re in toronto!
Our Journey at Toronto International Film Festival… We have a big week here in Toronto – our whole team is here hosting book signings, a pop-up gallery, a riveting and insightful panel, and of course, the world premiere of The Journey is the Destination! “Director Bronwen Hughes (Stander) and screenwriter Jan Sardi (Shine & The
los angeles: screening of salam neighbor
Join us for a screening of the documentary film, Salam Neighbor, at the Malibu Playhouse on August 13th at 8:00 PM. Join the conversation on the refugee crisis and reserve your ticket today. Following the documentary, we’ll have a discussion on how we can and must respond to the largest global refugee crisis of our
los angeles: august sundowner
Los Angeles! It’s the final Sundowner of the season! Come join us in Malibu to toast the sunset over the Pacific before the summer ends. Sundowners are a favorite Kenyan tradition at Creative Visions and pay homage to our African roots. Our favorite DJ JJBSTOCK will be providing the evening’s tunes and Ninkasi Brewing Co., the brews. Thursday
Join fellow Atlanta creative activists as we give our friends on the West Coast a run for their Pacific sunset money at our first ever, equally magical Atlanta Sundowner. This Kenyan-inspired tradition includes an evening of cold drinks, funky music, and good people joining together to toast a beautiful sunset over the city of Atlanta.
seventh fire premiere
Seventh Fire US Premieres CAP Project The Seventh Fire, recently reviewed in The New Yorker, will celebrate it’s New York and LA premiere this month! Join us in either city to hear from the filmmakers and subject, Rob Brown. More information is below on the film and the screenings hosted by Creative Visions: Executive producers Terrence Malick and Natalie Portman
los angeles: july sundowner!
As you know by now, Sundowners are a favorite Kenyan tradition at Creative Visions and an homage to our African roots. Once a month, we gather our creative activist community on our rooftop deck in Malibu to enjoy some sweet tunes, cold drinks and fun conversation. Join us this month on July 14th to toast
june sundowner recap
This past Thursday, June 16th, we held our traditional Sundowner on our lovely rooftop deck in Malibu, enjoying drinks, snacks and the sunset. This month’s Sundowner was particularly special, thanks to Zach Ingrasci and Chris Temple of Living on One. Chris and Zach are longtime creative activists and dedicated members of the Creative Visions family.