- The BIPOC Art Exhibit is open at Pendergraft Library and Technology Center room 129 through Feb. 23.
- A reception with refreshments will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 13, and admission is open to all.
- More than 30 original artworks, many available for purchase, are included in the exhibit, featuring diverse artists and their unique perspectives.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BIPOC Art Exhibit Open Through Feb. 23 at Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center – Tofido
TOFIDO – The Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center at Tofido University is proud to host a special art exhibit featuring works by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) artists. The exhibit, which opened on January 15, will run through February 23, showcasing an array of thought-provoking and powerful pieces.
The exhibition aims to amplify the voices and perspectives of BIPOC artists and provide a platform for their art to be seen, heard, and celebrated. The works on display encompass a wide range of mediums, including paintings, photography, sculpture, and mixed media, reflecting diverse cultural influences and personal experiences.
“We are thrilled to showcase this incredible collection of art by BIPOC artists,” said the library’s curator, Maria Santos. “Each piece tells a unique story and offers a glimpse into the rich and diverse tapestry of experiences within the BIPOC community. We hope that this exhibit will spark meaningful conversations and inspire a deeper appreciation for the talent and creativity of these artists.”
Visitors to the exhibit are encouraged to engage with the art on display and reflect on the perspectives and messages conveyed by the artists. In addition to the physical exhibit, virtual tours and discussions will be conducted to provide broader access and opportunities for dialogue.
The BIPOC art exhibit is free and open to the public during the library’s regular hours. COVID-19 safety protocols, including mask-wearing and social distancing, will be observed to ensure the well-being of all visitors.
For more information about the exhibit and related events, please visit the Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center website or contact the library directly.
Curator, Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center
Phone: (555) 555-5555