1Future : #11Seconds

#11Seconds


11Seconds Project  / 11秒 プロジェクト

Art initiative anyone can join to bring awareness.
誰でも参加できるアートイニシアチブ

Create video of your 11 seconds, and post it with “#11seconds”

自分の「11秒」をビデオに込め「#11seconds」で発信してみよう。

 – 11Seconds of life
・11秒の日常

 – 11Seconds of fear
・11秒の恐れ

 – 11Seconds of peace
・11秒の平和

 – 11Seconds of love
・11秒の愛

 – 11Seconds of what you hold dear
・あなたの大切な11秒

 – 11Seconds that defines you
・あなたにしかない11秒

 – 11Seconds that changed your life
・あなたを変えた11秒

 – 11Seconds that changed the world
・世界を変えた11秒

–  11 Seconds for our  future
・未来を創る11秒        

 

A life action anyone can take to share 

hope

sensitivity

compassion

empathy 

fear 

solutions

accomplishment with your friends, family and community.

 

Create your #11seconds video, and post it on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube or Vimeo.

11seconds instagram

Cannon Hersey stands in Fountain#NW, an installation by Akira Fujimoto for 1Future Presents Not Yet Free DISRUPTOR AWARDS A creative studio specializing in stories of social change and innovation.

EVENTS

ZERO PROJECT

A GATHERING ON SOCIAL INNOVATION
Hiroshima, Japan
October 28th + 29th, 2017

 

HIROSHIMA ROUNDTABLE
A discussion of Hiroshima as a city of Hope and Social Innovation with break out sessions for business leaders, politicians and community members to discuss the environment, community/family, human rights and innovation.

 

SHADOW PEOPLE ART + MEDIA WORKSHOP
Third Annual Shadow People Project with prodigy level youth to create art, media and fashion to expand the conversation around innovation and resilience.

 

ZERO PROJECT MUSIC + ART EVENT
Peace Park, Hiroshima, Japan

1Future Presents NOT YET FREE

GATHERING + EXHIBITION + ACTION

New York City, USA
Spring 2018

What does freedom mean to you?

 

PAST EVENTS


1Future Presents NOT YET FREE

NYC, USA
April, 2017

 

NOT YET FREE Art Exhibition
Andrew Freedman Home
1125 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY
April 21st, 2017
6pm-12am

 

Freedom Workshop
The New School
63 5th Avenue
April 27th, 2017
6-10pm

 

Town Hall
The Jazz Epistles
123 W 43rd St, NY, NY 10036
April 27th, 2017
8 pm
Featuring
ABDULLAH IBRAHIM & EKAYA
HUGH MASEKELA
Special guest appearance by
DOROTHY MASUKA


NOT YET FREE Innovation Showcase
ABC Carpet
888 Broadway, New York, NY
April 28th, 2017
1-5:30 pm

Featuring
Jasmine Etoile Aarons, Voz
Andre Angel
, Tango Tab
Elissa Bloom
, Philadelphia Fashion Incubator
Amy Chender
, CEO, ABC Planet
Chris Dykstra
, The Contributor
Vanessa Grellet
, Intentional Investments Holdings
Cannon L. Hersey
, 1Future
Kyosuke Inoue
, Nhk Enterprise
Moikgantsi Kgama
, Imagenation
Yoshi Kuremura
Nathalie Molina Niño
, BRAVAInvests
Taku Nishimae
, 1Future And Zengo
Henry Noel, Jr.,
Haiti Vip
Walter Puryear
, Andrew Freedman Home + Mbscc
Taylor Thompson
, UBS
Nathan Walworth
, Covalence
Jody R. Weiss
, 1Future & Peacekeeper Cause-Metics

 

NOT YET FREE Concert
Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St., New York, NY
April 28th, 2017
6-10pm

Music by
Motoharu Sano Featuring Akira Inoue
Dorothy Masuka + Bakithi Kumalo
INTERVAL Feat. Todd Sines + Archetyp
Dj Soul Slinger With Graham Haynes + Ben Teters

Projections By
Peter Bill · Ken Hirama · Taku Nishimae · Justin Pettress · Todd Sines

 

NOT YET FREE Closing Gathering + Concert
Andrew Freedman Home
1125 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY
April 21st, 2017
6pm-12am

2016

1Future Presents Not Yet Free

Fearless Artist Art Basel Pop-Up
Wynwood, Miami
November 29th- Dec. 4th, 2016

 

2nd Annual Shadow People Art + Media Workshop

Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Japan
July 8th-18th, 2016

 

1Future Presents Not Yet Free

Johannesburg, South Africa
April 1st- May 18th, 2016

Chasing Dreams Art Exhibition by Samson Mnisi + Cannon Hersey
SoMA Art + Space
Maboneng, Johannesburg, South Africa
May, 2016

Constitution Hill Workshop
Hillbrow, Johannesburg, South Africa
May 15th

Baseline Art, Media + Music Festival
Newtown Cultural Precinct, Johannesburg, South Africa
May 16th

2015

Shadow People: The Meaning of Memory

ACA Galleries
NYC, NY
September, 2015

Featuring artworks by Peter Bradley, Gregory Clark, Cannon Hersey, John Hersey, Laetitia Hussain, Seitaro Kuroda, Jacob Lawrence, Gerard Malanga, Jay Milder, Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky, Samson Mnisi, Stephanie Rose, Jorge Salazar, Danny Simmons and Ming Smith.
curated by Elizabeth Rogers and Cannon Hersey

 

Commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Anita’s Way
Times Square, NYC
August 6th-10th, 2015

 

Del Vacio a la Luz
Exhibition of Cannon Hersey + Michelle Lopez
LARVA cultural center
Guadalajara, Mexico
June/July, 2015

 

The Meaning of Memory
Exhibition by Cannon Hersey
Red Rock Historical Society
Chatham, New York
June, 2015

 

1st Annual Shadow People Art + Media Workshop
Nagasaki + Hiroshima, Japan
March 28th-April 5th, 2015

 

The Meaning of Memory: Exhibition by Cannon Hersey
Komachi Art Place
Hiroshima, Japan
March/April, 2015


1Future TEAM

THE 1FUTURE TEAM


Cannon Hersey  Project Director

Cannon Hersey is a photographer, fine artist and organizer of large-scale cultural efforts.

Hersey believes that as an artist, he has a role beyond the studio, working as an educator and organizer to address social change through art, media and education. Hersey has exhibited at numerous institutions and galleries including Lincoln Center’s Frieda and Roy Furman Gallery, the opening event of the 2008 Sao Paulo Bienale at the private collection of Kim Esteve, the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporic Arts (MoCADA), the New York Open Center, the Johannesburg Art Foundation, and the presidential award ceremony for Nelson Mandela at NYU.

Jody Weiss Development Director

Jody R. Weiss is a mass-consumer marketer, fund-raiser and corporate sponsorship expert, with a special focus on the transformation of consciousness through the lens of human rights. Weiss launched PeaceKeeper™ Cause-Metics™ in 2002 and served as the company’s CEO and salesperson.  PeaceKeeper was the first cosmetics company to give donations to urgent human rights issues and sold in 500+ stores across the United States. Additionally, she has worked as a sports agent at International Management Group (IMG) and went on to develop a campaign to advocate for ending violence on and off the field at sporting events around the globe.

Taku Nishimae Media Director

Taku Nishimae is a Peabody Award winning journalist and a filmmaker, with work spanning nearly 30 years. He covers a wide range of business, economy and culture topics as a news producer and interviewer based in New York and Tokyo. Nishimae is a founder of ZENGO, Inc., which produces feature films, documentary films, television programs, multimedia digital contents and educational contents and workshops. His films have screened at international film festivals, and have garnered a Peabody Award, the Galaxy Award (Japanese Emmy) Grand Prix and the ATP (Association of TV Producers) Award in Japan. For PIKADON Project, he produced live music/art shows in 16 international cities around the world including NY, London, Berlin, Tokyo, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Shanghai.

Shannon Shird Outreach Director

Shannon Shird is a producer, writer and filmmaker whose work centers around art and social activism. She serves as producer and conducts marketing, outreach and distribution efforts for award-winning documentary film Black and Cuba. Since June 2013, she has organized campaigns and projects with Black Alliance for Just Immigration that work to address racial equality, economic justice and immigrant rights including, ICE-FREE NYC, Safety Beyond Policing, and more.  She is co-founder and creative director of ARTrepreneurship art collective and is currently producing her first short film, BodyMoreset to be released in 2017.

Bahiyah Robinson PR Director

Bahiyah Yasmeen Robinson started her first business importing textiles from Tanzania to the United States. Since then, she has worked largely as a consultant and advisor, engaging public-private sector stakeholders and building partnerships to drive ecosystems with demonstrated social and economic impact.  She has worked with organizations including Ashoka, News Deeply, Global Citizen, the Rockefeller Foundation, the U.S. Department of State, The Paul Allen Foundation, the ONE Campaign, UNICEF, and the U.N. Foundation. Robinson is also the Founder of Young Art Collector, an initiative that convenes and engages young contemporary art collectors to build, grow and internationally showcase their collections around African Diasporan art.

Zanele Mazibuko 1Future South Africa Director

Zanele Mazibuko has over a decade of combined experience in journalism, research, communication, media strategy, and marketing in both mainstream and alternative media. She worked as a full-time journalist for Sowetan-Sunday World, City Press and Daily Sun before she was promoted to Gauteng editor of City Vision, a Media 24 Community publication. Mazibuko has worked for projects such as Crosspathculture and the International Arts Alive Festival, among many others.

Ken Hirama Production Director + Filmmaker (Tokyo)

Ken Hirama (kenhirama) is an award winning director, photographer and a visual artist based in Tokyo, Japan. His first project to garner attention was hi test video “D90 Short Film,” which was chosen as the “Best video done by the Nikon D90 on d90plus.” His work has been shown at Huis Marseille Museum, Amsterdam with Japanese leading photographers Mika Ninagawa, Rinko Kawauchi, Risaku Suzuki and other photographers around the globe. Hirama’s collaborations include shotahirama, pleq, Anna Rose Carter, Natalia Noelia and Japanese art label mAtter and SIGNALDADA.

Peter Bill Educational development, Media creation

Peter Bill is an Artist, Activist and Educator. He has, since learning photoshop v. 1.5 been interested in connecting under-represented communities with digital tools so their voices may be broadcast. He has been involved with large scale video projections, guerrilla art actions, and community building since the 90s.

Peter Bill’s award winning paint and video landscapes have shown in such diverse venues as The Kitchen(NYC), the Henry Art Gallery(Seattle), FILE Festival(São Paulo, Brazil), and other international venues. He continues in his Oil paintings and video work to weave the painterly with the digital, pixels and paint, indigo and 191970 blue. He envisioned and realized the first time-lapse film festival in North America, the Gila Timelapse Film Festival and has curated and directed shows on three continents. “Art must be realized on the streets, as an agent of change and progress.”

Dell Chess –  Marketing + Technology Director

Refiloe Mnisi – Social Media Manager

Walter Puryear  Co-Curator, Strategic Partner, Director of Andrew Freedman Home

BOARD OF ADVISORS


Gbenga Akinnagbe, Actor and activist
Mahen Bonetti, Director of the NY African Film Festival
Sherry Bronfman, Philanthropist
Alcia Maule, Innocence Project
Francesca Garson, general counsel, Brooklyn Museum
Dr. Robin Hayes, Professor at the New School

Dorothy Masuka, Singer and freedom fighter
Dumisani Phakathi, Filmmaker
Ann Tanenbaum, Book agent and board member of Asian Art Museum
Motoharu Sano, Singer and political voice
Yuseke Iseya, Actor and social investor

INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS

Organizations, corporations, foundations and governments contributing support


US

Andrew Freedman Home
BRIC
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Chashama
Film Society at Lincoln Center
IMAGE Nation
Liberated People
MoCADA
The New School
NY African Film Festival
OkayAfrica
Progressive Pupil

South Africa

BlackAgeMedia
Constitution Hill
End of August House
Gauteng Department of Arts and Culture
Kaya FM
SABC
South African Department of Trade and Industry

Japan

Anabuki Art & Design School
ANT Hiroshima (Tomoko Watanabe)
Chugoku Shimbun (Chairman Yamamoto)
City of Nagasaki (Mayor Taue)
Daisy Music (Motoharu Sano)
Hare Mame
Imai Atsushi
Mayor Akiba of Hiroshima
Myoukei-In Temple (Gashin Kayo)
NHK
NHK Enterprises
NHK World
One Dream Project (Yoko Sasaki)
Peace Culture Village (Steve Leeper)
Rebirth Project (Yusuke Iseya)
Social Producer, Michiyuki Ozeki




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