The Mosesian Center for the Arts is proud to present our current art exhibit We The People. Much like the Constitution that this preamble originates from, We The People aims to find unity in the commonalities between people and establish a narrative surrounding what it means to be an artist in America today. This phrase implies a shared understanding we all have that an inclusive embrace of our differences often makes a stronger bond between individuals and creates a more harmonious democracy of ideas and actions.
This exhibition features artwork in all forms and mediums that addresses concepts of personal identity, migration, national identity, heritage, and race. It presents the public with a dialogue surrounding the enduring relevance of the principles that guided the creation of the US Constitution and made America a nation of individuals seeking opportunity and change.
Annabelle Ambrose, Nicole Anderson, Bliss Auburn, Jenny E. Balisle, Cathleen Bradley, Eddie Bruckner, Ricardo Coloma, Mia Cross, Jean Cummiskey, Bentley Davis, Sara Dilliplane, Marija Draskic, Jamaal Eversley & LaShonda Cooks, Cynthia Fisher, Lisa Foster, Stacy Friedman, Emma Gelbard, David Greenfield, Iris Grimm, Ann Hablanian, Kristen Jorden, Lauren Karjala, Christine Ledoux, Frantz Lexy, Jason Lin, Amy McGregor-Radin, Nilou Moochhala, Gloria Nixon-Crouch, Ponnapa Prakkamakul, Etta Rosen, Ruth Rosner, Jaleh Sadravi, Adrienne Shishko, Mark Sirdevan, Carole Slattery, Nancy DuVergne Smith, Rebecca McGee Tuck, Cathy Weaver Taylor, Sharon Whitham, Aaron Wilder & Guta Galli, Carlos Felipe Zamora