In Development

Right is left and left is wrong. News is fake and deepfakes are reshaping reality. Nationalism is on the rise while the entire planet is burning up. There’s so much work to do and we’re running out of time. Overwhelmed? Exhausted? Tell us about it. No, scratch that. 

What are you grateful for? 

Seriously. 

There’s scientific research that shows expressing gratitude is good for our mental and physical well-being. When it seems all but impossible to find common ground, imagine the power of hundreds of voices acknowledging something positive.

Endless Loop of Gratitude is just that: an interactive installation of thank-you notes that changes and grows as each new voice contributes their own stories about the people, places, or events that changed their lives. 

As you enter, you’ll hear a recording of someone’s voice, and then another and another.

Now it’s your turn.

Step up to the microphone and tell us what you’re grateful for. Or read a note that someone else has sent in and allow a stranger’s heart to enter the room. Your words will be recorded and added to the endless loop of gratitude we send out into the universe as we continue the fight for what’s right to be right. 

Say Thank You

Feeling grateful? Tell us about it! Write a Thank You note or upload a video or audio file that may be included in our ever-growing, endless loop of gratitude.

More than 238 million Americans owe a combined $14 trillion. Average indebtedness is $38,000 excluding home mortgages and $137,000 with a mortgage.

Two in ten Americans spend anywhere from 50 to 100% of their monthly income on debt repayment alone.

Americans are being crushed under the weight of their debt.

How did we get here and what can be done?

The Great American Obstacle (Course) is an interactive theatrical installation that challenges participants to be the first to cross the finish line debt-free as the house deals hands that help or handicap their progress.

A competitive game of chance, choice, circumstance, and privilege––as well as a profound lesson in empathy––The Great American Obstacle (Course) challenges us to walk a mile in another person’s shoes.

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