Trey  Carlisle

Trey Carlisle

Trey Carlisle is an artivist (artist + activist) passionate about advancing peace and social justice through music, dance, filmmaking, and bridge building. A 2020 Fulbright Award recipient and graduate from Soka University of America, Trey has spent the past decade creating films, writing songs, teaching Hip-Hop dance styles, and facilitating workshops in the U.S. and in China that build bridges between diverse communities and foster truth and reconciliation and antiracism among participants. Trey got his start creating films with the Righteous Conversations Project, an organization where teens collaborate with Holocaust Survivors to create short films about current social injustices. Now, Trey is a Senior Fellow for the nonprofit Music in Common, repairing the fractures dividing communities worldwide, and empowering diverse communities against hate through facilitated dialogue and collaborative songwriting.