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Kaleidoscope: Designing Unity Art Show

January 5th, 2017 |

Kaleidoscope: Designing Unity Art ShowPlatt College San Diego is pleased to present, Kaleidoscope: Designing Unity, a vivid exhibition that honors and explores the rich history, diversity, elegance, strength and essence of African American culture. Moreover, highlights the struggles, accomplishments and contributions of African American people.KaleidoscopeOne of the definitions in the dictionary for Kaleidoscope is ‘diverse collection’ and a diverse collection indeed, is what defines this exhibition currently on display at the Mission Valley and Vista Public Libraries. Kaleidoscope is comprised of students and faculty from different backgrounds, textures and layers in an effort to design unity and express their appreciation for Black History Month. We invite the public to enjoy this diverse collection of digital and fine arts modus operandi inundated with respect, admiration and awareness.KaleidoscopeThe show will be on display at the Mission Valley and Vista Public Libraries until March. We invite you to stop by and see these beautiful creations for yourself.   Curated by Nicole Lewis | Librarian | Instructor | CuratorAssistant Curator Bianca Reyes | Platt College San Diego Alumni | StaffArtist’s Statement Written By Nicole Lewis 

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  • […] The artwork of College Area resident Jonelle Crowder is featured in two student art shows with work created in honor of Black History Month. Titled “Kaleidoscope: Designing Unity” and sponsored by Rolando-based Platt College San Diego School of Digital Media Design, the show is comprised of creations in graphic design, water color, ink and photography. Crowder’s pieces are on exhibit at the Mission Valley Branch Library, 2133 Fenton Parkway, and the Vista Branch Library, 700 Eucalyptus Ave., Vista. Visit […]

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