I'm Molly Gochman.
Welcome to my art practice.
I'm glad you're here.
When We First Arrived...
A call to action and exhibition in solidarity with the detained and separated children at the US—Mexico Border
January 25th – March 29th, 2020
Still our children are being detained...: public program with legal, medical/mental health experts and activists on immigration and Flores
February 1st, 2020
A queer question? (The separated/detained children): discussion on Flores and immigration from an LGBTQ perspective
March 28th, 2020
"Do You Know Where the Children Are"
"'We cannot let this issue go': the artists taking a stand against child separation"
"Over 100 Artists Contribute to Benefit Exhibition Foregrounding the Experiences of Detained Children"
"At Sea-Tac airport, a red border made of sand draws attention to human trafficking"
"Artist to install earthwork calling attention to immigration and human trafficking"
The Art Newspaper
"Thin Red Line: Artist draws the U.S.–Mexico border outside Houston"
The Architect's Newspaper
"Red Sand Project Raises Awareness of Human Trafficking"
"An equitable Houston demands continuous engagement in the wake of Harvey"
"Guilford College News in Brief – Every Campus a Refuge hosts recital"
The Guilfordian, Guilford College
“Salvation Army Safe-T Program Provides Resources for Survivors”
ABC Channel 8 News, Nebraska
“Susan Ladd: Drawing a line out of sand to end human trafficking”
Greensboro News & Record
“Artists draw attention to modern slavery"
CNN Freedom Project
“Female Artists Answer Slavery”
Atlanta Jewish Times
"An Art Project Ensures Victims of Human Trafficking Don’t Fall Through the Cracks"
"Gochman: It's time we pay more attention to sex trafficking"