Face the Race: Symbolisms and Metaphors
October 18 - November 3, 2022
2nd Floor, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
"FACE the RACE: Symbolisms and Metaphors" is an international art exhibit which is derived from the title of the book recently completed. Its sub-title "Symbolisms and Metaphors" is synonymous to the anthologies of narratives of the book whereby the objective of sharing and interpreting experiences from COVID-19 pandemic is expressed.
Just the same way, it will highlight the peoples' emotional catharsis as it captures all the events from multiple viewpoints. This exhibit will feature some of the masks done by the participants in the book. However, paintings will likewise be showcased to compensate and strengthen the concept of the theme in the exhibit. The painting will portray any subject and style that will "express emotions" representing the experience in COVID-19 pandemic where the narratives of the paintings will explain the idea.