CULTURUNNERS collaborates with artists and institutions to produce change-making campaigns, tours, film projects, exhibitions, publications, and artworks.
As part of the World Health Organization’s Solidarity Series of Events, Healing Arts is a cultural call-to-action in response to COVID-19 and the global mental health crisis in its wake.
Facilitating urgent cooperation between artists, cultural institutions and United Nations Agencies to accelerate implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
A multi-year cultural diplomacy initiative connecting Saudi Arabia and the United States; incorporating a 10 city US exhibitions tour and artists residencies in New York, Detroit, Memphis, Salt Lake City, Jeddah, Riyadh, Dhahran and Abha.
A short film documentary series following ten Middle Eastern artists on the road across the United States in 2016-2017. Produced in partnership with the Guardian.
Ahmed Mater's multi-year documentary project exploring unofficial histories behind the mass expansion of the holy city of Mecca.
A grassroots public art project, spearheaded by Matthew Mazzotta, that re-imagines abandoned and failing American main streets; mobilizing communities to restore a human connection to their physical and symbolic town centers.
Rashad Salim travels between Southern Iraq and Venice to test a re-imagined Noah’s Ark based on the unity of many (vessels) rather than a singular untried boat.
One of the most influential political cartoonists in the Arab world, Khalid Albaih travels to America to explore a shared struggle for human and civil rights in the United States, his native Sudan, and the wider Islamic World.
John Mireles travels to all 50 states photographing Americans and then exhibiting large scale portraits in public spaces where the encounters took place.