Many of these art installations happen locally in Colorado but in 2012 S.W.A.G. artists decided to join together with the “One Million Bones” project in creating a large scale, national touring public installation created to raise awareness of ongoing genocides and mass atrocities still taking place in the world today.
All of the clay bones created at the Orchard festival by artists and local citizens were displayed in the Rodeo Market Community Art Center for a period of time. After the local show was completed the bones were boxed off and shipped to join other bones made by multiple organizations across the country for the “Road To Washington” installation. This powerful installation was displayed on June 8, 2013 at the National Mall in Washington D.C.