The BiTSY Stage & The Betsy Stage

The BiTSY Stage and The Betsy Stage are part of Lucky 20 Productions, the owners of ArtWillSaveTheWorld.com. All of our productions are completely free, as we believe in making the arts accessible to the entire community.

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Catalyst Institute

Promoting innovative methods of self-care is central to Catalyst’s goal of improving health by addressing the effects of trauma embedded deep inside people—even if the original source of harm has ended.

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Baltimore Museum of Art

In a powerful statement, the Baltimore Museum of Art is dedicating all of Its 2020 programming to female artists. The museum's planning 13 solo shows for women artists including Joan Mitchell, Candice Breitz, and Katharina Grosse.

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Washed Ashore

We create ART to save the SEA! Washed Ashore builds and exhibits aesthetically powerful art to educate a global audience about plastic pollution in oceans and waterways and spark positive changes in consumer habits.

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Labor Behind the Label

Poverty wages, long hours, forced overtime, unsafe working conditions, sexual/physical/verbal abuse, repression of trade union rights and short-term contracts are all commonplace in the clothing industry. We raise public awareness and promote collective action from consumers to push for change in the industry.

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Home Away from Home

In January 2016, the Netherlands launched a design competition called "A Home Away from Home" in which entrants were tasked with designing temporary housing for refugees and disaster victims.

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Choki

Choki established a women's cooperative located in Bhutan in 2014. Through fairly traded sales of products, the weavers will have sustainable incomes to obtain quality food, sanitation, and education.

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Crayon Initiative

The Crayon Initiative believes that in order to grow and learn, children need to have the freedom to be creative and express themselves through art. With crayons in hand, stories can unfold, dreams can take shape, and imaginations can run wild.

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