EXHIBITION | Voice to Vision: Latin America, Vietnam, and the Holocaust
6/1/18, 9:00 AM
About this event
Voice to Vision is a collaborative art project that captures the extraordinary experiences of genocide survivors and activists from around the world. Each project begins with a team of artists who use prompts to spark memories of survivors or activists. Some prompts include bottled smells, images, drawings, color fields, antique toys, and a tin can full of small objects. These objects help to recall a memory and bring to light emotions associated with that memory. The team listens intently to each story, working with each storyteller to develop symbols and images for use in a work of art. Creating vital and significant original new images requires hours of critical discussions and definitive decisions. Through this process the artists unavoidably become witnesses and voices of the future. At the end, the art reflects both the survivor or activist's story and the human response to it, bridging boundaries of culture, time, and life experience. It is no longer just historical information that appears in books, but it is now part of their lives. Voice to Vision: Latin America, Vietnam, and the Holocaust is generously funded by a University of MInnesota Grand Challenges Exploratory Research grant. Exhibition runs June 1 -29, 2018. More info at https://z.umn.edu/14to.
Saturday, June 16th
Public Reception | 6:00 – 9:00PM | Quarter Gallery
A concert will be held in In-Flux from 7:00 - 8:00PM
Planning Your Visit
We are located in Regis Center for Art (East) at 405 21st Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55455
Summer Gallery Hours are 9:00 AM - 5:00PM | Monday - Friday
Exhibitions and related events are free and open to the public. More info at http://z.umn.edu/14tp.
- Regis Center for Art | Quarter Gallery
- 405 21st Avenue South
- Minneapolis MN