I’m here to build bridges and weave possibilities across generations, cultures, and traditions, bringing people together to listen and creatively respond to the needs of the times, in service of life. I grew up in the green valleys of Western Massachusetts and the high desert of New Mexico—and am currently living alongside the Sisters of Mercy, on the traditional land of the Ramaytush Ohlone people, in Burlingame, CA.
In addition to helping create networks and organizations, I’ve offered talks, workshops, facilitation, and program design support for dozens of educational, cultural, and religious institutions. If you think I might be able to be of service, don’t hesitate to be in touch! In case it’s helpful, here’s a more formal bio, below…Thanks!
Adam Horowitz is a cultural organizer and instigator of intergenerational, intercultural initiatives to nurture a society rooted in love and justice. In recent years, he co-founded: the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture (USDAC), a grassroots action network of 18,000+ artists, activists, and allies inciting creativity to shape a culture of empathy, equity, and belonging; Nuns & Nones, bringing Catholic Women Religious and spiritually diverse Millennials together in new communities of contemplation and social action; and, Taproot, an immersive, intergenerational program for Jewish wisdom exchange. Adam was co-executive director of the Bowery Poetry Club in NYC and has worked with numerous organizations at the intersection of arts, education, and social change—Ashoka, The Future Project, and the International Folk Art Market, among others. A graduate of Yale University, Adam has traveled internationally as a theater-maker and researcher and was a Fulbright Scholar in Colombia, Artist in Residence with the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics at NYU and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and an inaugural Fellow with the Intercultural Leadership Institute and the Roddenberry Foundation.