Red Collaborative is an innovative arts initiative founded in 2003 by artist-activist, Gabrielle Senza to bring into the public realm dialogue, awareness and prevention of physical, sexual and emotional abuse.
By collaborating with community members (from artists and students to at-risk groups and shelter residents), the creative public art programs give voice to the victims and survivors of the silent epidemic of abuse.
Our programs bring about healing, transformation and self-empowerment to participants, while opening up public dialogue and an awareness within communities to focus on prevention.
With open dialogue, advocacy and education, members of every community can put an end to the violence. It is our desire to inspire this effort.