I Have a Dream (50 Years of Change)
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's historic speech.
On exhibit from July 24 to Aug 10, 2013
The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano is pleased to present "I HAVE A DREAM - 50 Years of Change" an juried exhibition and reading series featuring the work of thirty local visual artists and writers.
The events celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the historic speech through the exploration of hope, freedom, diversity and social justice across the Americas.
Artworks include paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, digital and mixed media works by a group of diverse artists that utilize a range of literal, abstract and lyrical approaches to the subject.
Participating artists: Yael Ben-Zion, Paula Berg, Caroline Blum, Felipe Galindo, Vita Giorgi, Irene Greenberg, Sylvia Hernandez, j. maya luz, Julian Kaiser, Martin Kozlowski, Jessica Maffia, RoughAcres/RL McKee, Nancy Quigley, David Reisman, Myra Resnick, Moses Ros, Nancy Saleme, Desi Sanchez, Lola Stanton, Pei Sun, Seena Sussman, Yasuyo Tanaka and David Terry. Martin Luther King Jr. historical documents also on display.
Literary works include poetry and prose by: Anthony Cody, Michelle d'Costa, eDuRuth, Araceli Esparza, Karina Eleven Lopez, Nancy Ruffin and Purvi Shah.