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Project HARTwork
An international network of artists and supporters working together to end human trafficking.
ART - FOOD - LIVE MUSIC, All for a GOOD cause...
Join Project HARTwork and La Cour - Denver's Art Bar Bistro & Cabaret for a First Friday art opening on October 5th, featuring local and international talent. Happy Hour 4:00 - 6:00 pm Live Music 7:00 - 10:00 pm 4 local artists & 4 international artists Information about human trafficking Housemade French cuisine Live jazz from The Julie Monley Jazz Trio
Learn more about Denver's Art Bar and the featured artists...
What we do We provide diverse works of art that bring awareness, cultural understanding and perspective to the issue of human trafficking while empowering artists around the world. Read More ...
How we do it The artwork allows us to start conversations with a variety of audiences weather on-line through social media and our website or at one of our many community events or exhibits. Read More ...
the impact We reach thousands of people each month sharing information about human trafficking, empowering our communities to recognize the signs of abuse and tools to report it. Read More ...

Community Events

We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and other forums we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating local talent and art from around the world.

Meet The Artists

We provide a platform for artists to share their work, many of whom line in situations vulnerable to human trafficking.

Meet Artists

Sex Trafficking

Sex trafficking is defined as the trafficking of women and children for exploitation. 54% of all reported trafficking victims were trafficked for sexual exploitation. Women and girls make up 96% of these victims.

 

 

Labor Trafficking

Labor trafficking forces individuals to perform labor or services through violence, threats, fraud, or coercion. Commons types are domestic servants, farmworkers, and factory workers, who experience inhuman conditions for little or no pay. In the U.S., many of these victims are spanish-speaking migrant workers.

 

 

Domestic Servitude

Domestic servitude is a special category of labor trafficking: the plight of domestic workers such as maids, servants, housekeepers, child-care givers, those caring for the elderly, the ill, and the infirm. workers.

 

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An international network of artists and supporters working together to end human trafficking.
We provide a platform for artists to share their work, many of whom line in situations vulnerable to human trafficking. We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and other forums we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating local talent and art from around the world.
What we do We provide diverse works of art that bring awareness, cultural understanding and perspective to the issue of human trafficking while empowering artists around the world. Read More ... How we do it The artwork allows us to start conversations with a variety of audiences weather on-line through social media and our website or at one of our many community events or exhibits. Read More ... the impact We reach thousands of people each month sharing information about human trafficking, empowering our communities to recognize the signs of abuse and tools to report it. Read More ...
ART - FOOD - LIVE MUSIC, All for a GOOD cause... Join Project HARTwork and La Cour - Denver's Art Bar Bistro & Cabaret for a First Friday art opening on October 5th, featuring local and international talent. Happy Hour 4:00 - 6:00 pm Live Music 7:00 - 10:00 pm 4 local artists & 4 international artists Information about human trafficking Housemade French cuisine Live jazz from The Julie Monley Jazz Trio
Project HARTwork
Home About Human Trafficking Events Contact
An international network of artists and supporters working together to end human trafficking.
We provide a platform for artists to share their work, many of whom line in situations vulnerable to human trafficking. We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and other forums we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating local talent and art from around the world.
What we do We provide diverse works of art that bring awareness, cultural understanding and perspective to the issue of human trafficking while empowering artists around the world. Read More ... How we do it The artwork allows us to start conversations with a variety of audiences weather on-line through social media and our website or at one of our many community events or exhibits. Read More ... the impact We reach thousands of people each month sharing information about human trafficking, empowering our communities to recognize the signs of abuse and tools to report it. Read More ...
ART - FOOD - LIVE MUSIC, All for a GOOD cause... Join Project HARTwork and La Cour - Denver's Art Bar Bistro & Cabaret for a First Friday art opening on October 5th, featuring local and international talent. Happy Hour 4:00 - 6:00 pm Live Music 7:00 - 10:00 pm 4 local artists & 4 international artists Information about human trafficking Housemade French cuisine Live jazz from The Julie Monley Jazz Trio
Project HARTwork
Home About Human Trafficking Events Contact

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We provide a platform for artists to share their work, many of whom line in situations vulnerable to human trafficking. We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and other forums we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating local talent and art from around the world.
the impact We reach thousands of people each month sharing information about human trafficking, empowering our communities to recognize the signs of abuse and tools to report it. Read More ... How we do it The artwork allows us to start conversations with a variety of audiences weather on-line through social media and our website or at one of our many community events or exhibits. Read More ... What we do We provide diverse works of art that bring awareness, cultural understanding and perspective to the issue of human trafficking while empowering artists around the world. Read More ...
ART - FOOD - LIVE MUSIC, All for a GOOD cause... Join Project HARTwork and La Cour - Denver's Art Bar Bistro & Cabaret for a First Friday art opening on October 5th, featuring local and international talent. Happy Hour 4:00 - 6:00 pm Live Music 7:00 - 10:00 pm 4 local artists & 4 international artists Information about human trafficking Housemade French cuisine Live jazz from The Julie Monley Jazz Trio
Home About Human Trafficking Events Contact
Project HARTwork
An international network of artists and supporters working together to end human trafficking.
We provide a platform for artists to share their work, many of whom line in situations vulnerable to human trafficking. We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and other forums we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating local talent and art from around the world.
the impact We reach thousands of people each month sharing information about human trafficking, empowering our communities to recognize the signs of abuse and tools to report it. Read More ... How we do it The artwork allows us to start conversations with a variety of audiences weather on-line through social media and our website or at one of our many community events or exhibits. Read More ... What we do We provide diverse works of art that bring awareness, cultural understanding and perspective to the issue of human trafficking while empowering artists around the world. Read More ...
ART - FOOD - LIVE MUSIC, All for a GOOD cause... Join Project HARTwork and La Cour - Denver's Art Bar Bistro & Cabaret for a First Friday art opening on October 5th, featuring local and international talent. Happy Hour 4:00 - 6:00 pm Live Music 7:00 - 10:00 pm 4 local artists & 4 international artists Information about human trafficking Housemade French cuisine Live jazz from The Julie Monley Jazz Trio
Home About Human Trafficking Events Contact