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Exhibition I Human Trafficking Day

Human Trafficking Art Exhibit presented to 50 agencies of NYC.


Presentation of SAM Human Trafficking Interactive Art Exhibit to over 50 agencies of New York City involved in the fight against human trafficking. The exhibition was part the Human Trafficking Awareness event organized by NYC Administration for Children's Services (ACS).

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Larchmont Art Walk Grand Opening

Spectacular murals to inspire a community through history.


An Art Walk telling the inspiring history of the village of Larchmont, home of pioneers, abolitionists, feminists… through 6 murals created by prominent street artists and activated by an innovative Augmented Reality application. The murals were inaugurated with the presence of Westchester County Executive George Latimer and 500 people coming from Westchester County and beyond.

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Exhibition I UN-Ji with 350 guests

UN interactive and polysensorial exhibit immersing visitors in a “Street Art Jungle”.


Guests were engaged in a very innovative way: they were assigned the identity of a child, and had to find their path, among 30 huge paintings, to become change makers. Event covered by great press including Globo, TV5 and Un News.

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Exhibition I UN-Ji with 350 guests

SAM helped save 64 children with fundings made possible by painting sales.

Exhibition I UN-Ji with 350 guests

Melanie, survivor of sex trafficking in NYC, tells her story at the UN-Ji Exhibition.

Exhibition I UN-Ji with 350 guests

Singer Rocky Peter sings his story at the premiere of the UN-Ji Exhibition.  

Henriette

French Street Artist

Painting: Spray Paint on framed Canvas. Signed by the artist. Created for the 2nd street art exhibition at the United Nations, November 2018. Based on a true story. Activated by the "Behind the Wall" Augmented Reality app.

Demung

Brazilian Street Artist

Painting: Spray Paint on framed Canvas. Signed by the artist. Created for the 2nd street art exhibition at the United Nations, November 2018. Based on a true story. Activated by the "Behind the Wall" Augmented Reality app.


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