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We Are The World Exhibit

9 A.M. - 2 P.M.
St. Francis College

Celebrate the internationalism of St. Francis College through the visual arts at the We Are The World art exhibition. We Are The World  is an initiative of St. Francis College President, Miguel Martinez Saenz, in conjunction with SFC donor and art collector, Lise Curry.  

Working with Lise Curry, curator Francine Rogers, drew her inspiration for the exhibition, We Are The World, from Korean artist Haksul Lee's multimedia sculpture, Breathe in Time with One Another.

The exhibition also includes a special virtual presentation of The Globe by Ray Bartkus (Lithuania). Consisting of three concentric spheres, made of metal, wood and light, the monumental sculpture is able to contain seemingly paradoxical and separate elements – such as serious problems facing the human race and the beauty of life itself – remaining the integral whole.

Participating artists: Ray Bartkus, Ingrid Butterer, Rosa Chang, Beatrice Coron, Bruna D’Alessandro, Ryoko Endo, Tadasuke Jinno, Serge Jolimeau, Jenny Keith, Timothy LaSalle, Haksul Lee, Shantel Rose Miller, Stephanie Mulvihill, Peter Pacheco, Joyce Pommer, Giorgia Rojas Monaco, Jephri Sivad, Daniel Sperber, Natsuki Takauji, Mark Tanabe, Kati Vilim, Yeon Ji Yoo, Jason Yung.

The exhibit is open to the public from November 4, 2021, to February 25, 2022.

Visitors from the community must complete SFC's Visitor Form prior to arriving on campus and present it to security upon arrival. Visit Back to Brooklyn page to learn more.

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