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Creating safe haven in India:


Tuesday, April 29th 6-10pm @ Montauk Club 25 8th Ave. Brooklyn, NY

freeDimensional is in an exciting phase of development, working with 25 emerging art spaces around the world for promoting free expression.

On Tuesday, April 29th, one of these centers – Sangam House in Pondicherry, India – will be featured at a 'bake & book sale' during the PEN World Voices Festival

Come support Sangam House and the Emerging Residency Support Initiative… and taste a treat baked by Salman Rushdie!


fD was just selected as a culture finalist for the Stockholm Challenge Award in ICT for Development.

Advocating for economic migrants in Senegal:


Saturday April 19, 2008, 6pm-10pm @ The Shrine, 2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.

There to Here investigates the conditions faced by West Africans who immigrate to NYC through a lens of art and music. CIAC and African Cultural Center have joined together with Shrine World Music Venue to raise awareness of West African culture in NYC.

Download the Immigrant Heritage Week calendar for 2008


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freeDimensional organizes community arts space and local resources for the support and protection of individuals who create dialogue on global issues and inequalities through their art and media. The Center for International Art in Community (CIAC) is a project incubator for the freeDimensional network in New York City. If you would like to support art in the service of social justice, please consider making a tax-exempt donation through Network for Good.

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