Supporting under-resourced students with writing skills and helping teachers inspire their students to write—closing the academic achievement gap for underserved youth in the Bay Area.
CherryPIX is a mobile app for IOS and Android that reveals video stories hidden in still photographs.
You just hold your phone up to the image, and watch it come to life.
CherryPIX is brought to you by The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture, a nonprofit working to help artists, arts organizations and communities collaborate and innovate to build a better, more creative world. We built the app to help people connect with one another in new ways — because being together is what it’s all about.
Art fuels change, and stories live everywhere.
Try Out CherryPIX today. Download the app and hold your phone up to these images.
Want to do a project with CherryPix? Email email@example.com for information and pricing.
So exciting to launch The Alliance’s interactive photography app CherryPIX at Google Foundation!!!! Thanks to Eric Doversberger, John Harris JJ, Tony Walsh, Anselm Hook, Betsy Joyce, and the team at Google for making it happen. Available to the public for Android and soon for iOS, and check it out now at the Google Community Space in San Francisco!
IF YOU REALLY KNEW ME: Stories of Survivors and Warriors
a collaborative storytelling project
produced by the Spokane Human Rights Commission, CMTV + the Jonah Project for Human Trafficking Awareness Month
Photographs by Robert Lloyd, Video by Doug Dalton and DaShawn Bedford
Produced by Wendy Levy and Nicole Bishop
Stories by Heidi Banik, Elizabeth Anne Boyd, Laura Thomas, Mercy Aguilar, Kiersten Leslie, Ashley Morehead, Jessica Keifer, Diamond Justice Lashay Morrow, and Janeen Marie Massaia
powered by CherryPix
Google Foundation Community Space: Featured Stories
Ending chronic homelessness.
Working to create the country’s first system of universal access to legal representation, proving that justice for everyone is possible.
An entrepreneurship, employment, and character development training program for currently and formerly incarcerated men, women, and youth.
Building the power of black, brown, and poor people to break the cycles of incarceration and poverty and make our communities safe, healthy, and strong.
Helping families regain their housing quickly to restore the foundation for healthy lives.
Leveraging technology and the power of human relationships to fight urban poverty.
Inspiring community philanthropy and engaging people to invest in improving education and quality of life for Latinos and the Silicon Valley region.
Providing the first rung on the job ladder for people with multiple barriers to employment.
Transforming lives by helping people build in-demand skills and find good jobs.
Loans for entrepreneurs doing amazing things.
Bringing humanity, innovation and collaboration to the way services are provided to those experiencing homelessness
Expanding the tech talent pool by helping women with kids gain the skills, knowledge, and connections they need to thrive in today's digital economy.
Connecting young people to paid jobs and support.
Bridging the opportunity and digital literacy divide among Students and Entrepreneurs.
Working to stop the epidemic failure of African American male students in the Oakland Unified School District.
Partnering with the most promising groups to educate, employ, house and support those in need, breaking the cycle of poverty for good.