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Introducing Multimedia Artist Robert Adam Jackson, Director of Equilibrium Institute-
Rob’s work is about documenting problems and offering solutions. He claims statistics continue to show massive declines in habitat, wildlife, declines in education and other quality of life issues like equality, while disease, war, and other social threats are on the rise. Rob recently commented, “apathy is a demand for empowerment, it is great to see increases in fans acknowledging our products”.
Goals include licensing some songs and selling art products to create even more opportunities and get solutions out. Rob’s new book underway, Black Cloud: The Aftermath of Human Intelligence is a combination of creative synthesis and research results. A literary work for young audiences to look forward to includes Daily Dose: 365 Lessons for Life.
His public service agency, EIA, is endorsed by a number of notable academics, persons of interest, and prominent non-profits and artists globally. Project Censor, Harvard’s Einstein Institute and politicians such as Gavin Newsom and international public speakers have all used information or received recommendations from Robert Jackson who leads the Equilibrium Institute. He is credentialed as a certified Para Legal and holds a Masters: Special Major from SFSU. He also completed all, but two classes in a PhD Public Policy and Administration degree with a Security emphasis, but left to begin his research and work with an interdisciplinary team. He currently serves as an Analyst in the Economic Security field in addition to his work in creative arts.
EIA has enjoyed many sponsors since 1999. Sony, Oasis CD, Guinness, Zero Magazine, Comingupmag.com , Google, Charity Focus.org , many CA venues, Gaia’s Garden, Eastwood Guitars, The Musicians Atlas, Borderline Studios, Charityfocus.org, Winters Tavern- countless artists and more.
Rob and the volunteers that are working with him have served hundreds of artists and spectators to bring over 90 local art related events in the SF bay since the late 90's. Counting TV and radio appearances combined, an estimated 1M listeners and readers have been reached to date. EIA seeks to reach 1 million people globally annually with powerful PSA’s introducing new products and services thru volunteer promotions, direct public service actions, and paid advertising. Rob said, “As an Artist and Director, I’ve created a range of products including fine art, educational books on social justice and environmental issues, papers on psychology, and workforce development. I’ve published music CD’s, and intend to raise money from sales and events to hire more artists and get our solutions and products further out. We must do more to create greater balances in the world and together we can. Thanks in advance for buying art, music, literature, or commissioning my services. Together we are making a difference by focusing on the topics and needs our community helps to identify.”
Rob’s building a stable sustainable foundation called Equilibrium Institute (EI) (www.ripstar.cfsites.org) to educate people and provide a road map to more open and respectful ways of living. We drive and inspire our culture to combat ignorance and violence and use the proceeds from art and music to fund research. Some items are published to bolster the community and re-build the U.S. and other nations with the greater use of intelligence. Rebuilding Nationhood for more sustainable prosperity is a movement that empirically identifies false cultural premises (negative bias/ myths), and nonviolently combats internal threats that are found to reinforce corruption of self or society. EI opposes all forms of slavery or abuse and works to remove obstacles to empowerment through education and creating opportunity. Fair opportunity, quality care for optimal development and basic human equality are central measures for how we are redefining global success. Harmony is a basic requirement for peace. Understanding the interdependencies of the earth and learning to share and work together for practical solutions is what EI's culture fosters.