Founder Speaks at Marymount


On Tuesday March 26, 2013, Naomi Natale, Founder and Director of the One Million Bones social art project, and Myra Dahgaypew, human rights activist and genocide survivor, spoke at the Reichen Library Auditorium.  A substantial crowd filled the room to listen to the speakers and ask questions. “This presentation really affected me. We were able to hear […]

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Donate/Sponsor a Bone

“Even though we are a small group we are still able to make a big difference and contribute to a greater cause to help people be more aware of the word ‘genocide.’”– Wesley Nwosu Donate $5 to sponsor a handmade bone in support of the One Million Bones social art project to increase global awareness […]

Making Bones at Marymount

Students showcase their work at our bone making event.

On Wednesday March 27th, Marymount students, faculty, and staff made over 300 bones to be included in the One Million Bones art installation on the National Mall from June 8 to 10. The event was hosted in the Lee Center and featured a guest appearance of our mascot, Bernie. We constructed bones from recycled newspaper and […]

One Million Bones at Marymount

About the Movement

  • Creating Unity

    One Million Bones! Community, Diversity: Unity

  • Marymount Joins the Cause

    One Million Bones is a large-scale social arts practice, which means we use education and hands-on artmaking to raise awareness of genocides and atrocities going on around the world, this very day. We are collecting artwork bones for a collaborative installation of 1,000,000 bones on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. from June 8th-10th, 2013. […]

  • Bone Preview Installation

    The newest Students Rebuild challenge, One Million Bones, invites you to take a collective stand against humanitarian crises by making a bone—out of material you choose—as part of a participatory arts project to cover the National Mall in Washington, D.C. with 1,000,000 handmade bones. This simple gesture of unity and hope will have a powerful […]

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