COLORSstarted in 2016 with the mission to showcase diverse talent and to connect people across the globe on a creative and emotional level. "We deeply believe and trust that our community of fans, artists and creatives share similar values, such as open-mindedness, acceptance and empathy.
As an exhortation, the phrase comes from a poem by Tino Villanueva included in his collection, Chronicle of My Worst Years. The poem urges victims and witnesses of destitution and oppression to “put your voice where your memory is,” and to tell how the spirit of rebellion enables ways to “unlearn the lessons of that teacher, your land’s omnipotent defiler.” The show presents a spectrum of examples of political expression intertwined with works of art. The exhibition was curated by Karyn Miller, Director of Exhibitions at AAC.
Ms. Miller tells us that, “planning for this exhibition began with a curiosity about the imprint a Trump presidency will have on artistic expression.”
Slide 16 - Tekstslide
"..generations view each other as competitors" Why do you think that is?
Slide 17 - Woordweb
“None of us is as smart as all of us.” OK, Gen Z? [Ken Blanchard, author]