Awakening: Transforming Experiences
You are invited to the exhibit opening on Saturday, April 1st from 3pm - 5pm. Come enjoy Visual Fine Art, a short performance and snacks.
Love for Immigrants shares DMV immigrants' art and stories. Our 2023 exhibition is themed, "Awakening: Transforming Experiences" and will be held in person on April 1st through April 8th at Homme Gallery; a venue for communal, transformative experience at a time when people need it most. The Virtual exhibition will take place after the in-person exhibit concludes (TBD) through Occupy White Walls and Love for Immigrants’ website www.love4immigrants.org.
Our theme is Awakening; Transforming Experience.
Humanity is dealing with global crisis and social ills. In order to move forward with creative solutions and open up our hearts to possibilities and move away from fear. To feel love and joy more fully as well as to expand all that we are.
This exhibit experience can be a way for the community to connect to how artists have transformed their minds, emotions, spirit and communities through artistic means in the hopes that you too can continue to have transformative experiences.
Artists for the in-person exhibit include Xenia Gray, Manju Sadarangani, Rama Alfarkh, Jessy de Santi, Wole Ajagbe, Charles Jean Pierre, Amber Robles Gordon, Yeliz Gedik. Curated by Salomé Cosmique.
This exhibit is possible by our program sponsor The Russell Gives Foundation, by our food sponsor Wegmans, and by our accelerator Athari Group.
If you have any questions or comments please email, Love for Immigrants founder, Maribel Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org.