Reimagine is a nonprofit that helps people face death and embrace life. We create community-driven festivals called "Reimagine End of Life" that bring whole cities together. We also provide helpful resources for you to explore dying, death, grieving...and living.
How do entire cities talk about death?
Reimagine hosts citywide festivals exploring life and death which feature the participants of the SoulPancake + Reimagine videos. Join them at Reimagine NYC festival, June 4-14, 2020.
It starts with a conversation...
We are excited to share our Reimagine End of Life Conversation Guide to support you in talking about life and death with friends, family, and even strangers. You'll even find it helpful for your own self reflection. It's available below for free download!
Day Schildkret is an artist who makes earth altars as a way to explore impermanence. In this video, he is making one with Grace, a Reimagine volunteer and participant, who recently lost her mother to cancer. Grace is now facing cancer herself.
Yolanda is an Oakland resident who tragically lost her son, Shaleem, in a police shooting. She opens up about her journey with grief and honoring the memory of her son to local journalist and artist Angelica, who created a performance to share the story of Shaleem’s death.
Veronica is an artist who makes art pieces a way for people to remember loved ones. Today she is making one with Mario, who lost his close friend to suicide.
Inspired by Reimagine?
Like what you've seen? Reimagine is only possible with the support of an incredible community that comes together to explore death and celebrate life through creativity. Donate now to help us spread this important conversation.
Are you interested in partnering with Reimagine in a bigger way? Contact our Development Director here, we would love to connect.