A free series “celebrating artwork created by youth artists and community participants”
“Twelve new paintings by artist Wendy Red Star transform Apsáalooke (Crow) tribe carrying case designs into large scale images”
“A celebration of thy neighbor and our ability to come together to celebrate our ethnic and cultural diversities.”
"From almost 200 submissions, 14 photographers hailing from New England and around the United States have been selected for this much anticipated annual exhibition"
"We now have access to show millions of people our work that otherwise they would only see if it was hanging in a gallery in a city they traveled to."
"The continuously-lit piece begins its city-wide journey at the East Boston Social Center, where the city’s early immigration centers were located, and will move onto other diverse neighborhoods."
"My work is about beauty, truth, and connectivity. With a global pandemic now more than ever people need this type of artwork to connect to."
"Whether it's dancers leaping upwards, singers hitting high notes, a sculptor crafting a lofty installation, or a community group calling for social change and a rising up—we can't wait to see your interpretations"
"The exhibiting artists were chosen because they demonstrate technical proficiency, creativity in expression, and passion for challenging perceptions of this ancient medium."
"The 2,500-foot bright, vibrantly colored printed mural opens June 30"