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UndocuAmerica: Reclaiming Our Presence

June 1 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm MDT

Motus Theater’s UndocuAmerica: Reclaiming Our Presence Denver visual art exhibition invites visitors to engage with art that centers undocumented community members’ stories through a wide variety of mediums including photography, illustrations, films, and animations. At a time when people who are undocumented are often demonized as “other” for political gain, the art in this exhibit invites us to look past our differences and find our shared humanity. Regardless of individual beliefs about immigration policy, this project allows visitors to learn more about the impact of these policies on the lives of undocumented families.

Exhibition Opening 5-8pm at Evans School. Exhibition Open Saturdays 6/1, 6/8, and 6/22, 2024 from 5-8pm, with a different performance each Saturday at 7:30pm.

This UndocuAmerica exhibit showcases murals of Motus UndocuAmerica monologists created by Edica Pacha. And artwork, developed in collaboration with Motus Theater, for Motus immigration programming by Sebastián Sifuentes.

This exhibition and performance kicks off Motus’ Denver programming series “There no THEM in U.S.”, a celebration of art and stories that help US in the U.S recognize our shared humanity through powerful personal stories at the intersections between immigrant rights, LGBTQIA+ rights, racial justice and criminal legal reform.


Motus Theater
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Evans School
1115 Acoma Street
Denver, 80204
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