We believe that all humans have a right to clean water. We believe education and collaboration are two of the best ways to spread the word so that each person has a chance to help, to purify, to be more conscious of water issues.
The National Academy of Engineers predicts that by the year 2025 almost 45% of the world’s population will live in water stress zones. What can we do to prevent this?
Welcome to Women’s History month on the Cloudhead blog. From now until the end of March, all our posts will focus on issues, photography, art and resources related. As our first post, we present a photo essay of women from the Wichi community in Hickmann, Argentina. While I can’t speak for the women of the […]
Have you seen the Cloudhead Artshop? Beautiful images taken by indigenous Wichi children from NW Argentina. These are some of our best sellers. All profits go directly to build gardens and dig wells to support the photographers and their community. This photo was the poster for Cloudhead’s Siguendo Los Pasos de los Wichi exhibition at the […]
I tracked down street photographer Adde Adesokan last year after seeing his Triptychs of Strangers on the Laughing Squid. He was generous enough to reward my mild cyber-stalking with an interview, and what a fun interview.
The first harvest is a beautiful thing. When you’ve laid the ground, planted and pulled weeds, and green pokes from the ground. Little yellow flowers sprout from the shoots, and finally, finally, corn grows. These are the gardeners from the Hickmann Wichi community and the gardens they’ve worked hard to cultivate.
What would you say if I told you that US schools no longer educate? Would you just nod politely, assume I’m one of those people and go on your way? Or would you take a moment to listen?