THE 2014 UNBOUND PROJECT at The Crofoot Ballroom

doors at 4pm
tickets: $12 ADV / $15 DOS / $10 GROUP (buy tickets)


Through the creative arts, Michigan Abolitionist Project and local artists are coming together to shine a light on modern slavery.

Join us on September 7, 2014 at the Crofoot Ballroom when MAP presents the 2014 Unbound Project. Join with local Musicians, Writers, Painters, Sculptors, Photographers, and other community folks who are coming together to celebrate freedom and to fight to End Human Trafficking. Listen to the Music and view our Art and Photo exhibits, participate in the silent art auction, and attend the CD Release Concert (6-8pm).

Our new CD is a collaborative effort of the following Michigan artists: Andy and the Pandy's, Kelsey Rottiers and the Rising Tide, John Voelz, Jake Down, Marcus Baron, Steve Davis, Carl Gladstone, Steve Petrunak, and Amanda Vernon.

Tickets: $12 (advance), $15 (door), $10 (group)

4-6pm - Silent Art Auction, Photo Exhibit, Cash Bar, Light Refreshments
6-8pm Concert - featuring artists from the CD

We are grateful to, and appreciate all of the amazing Michigan artists who donated their talents, resources, and shared their hearts. They bring a unique voice to our cause to preserve and restore dignity, and to end modern slavery.

Unbound is a unique project that addresses one of our world’s greatest human rights issue – human trafficking. Due to the heinous nature of human trafficking, building awareness about this issue is often unattractive. The topic of human trafficking is disturbing and may emotionally paralyze the general public. Recognizing that the creative arts are universally appealing, we are using the creative arts to communicate poignant themes related to human trafficking, as well as raise funds for the Michigan Abolitionist Project to develop programs and community-focused projects aimed to end human trafficking in Michigan.


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