A look at the process of mounting the 2015 exhibit of Through Our Eyes. In this exhibit, nine young emerging artists from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia shared their perspectives on 21st-century environmental and social justice crises. Their exhibit was at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii, and they also traveled to Emerson College in Los Angeles, California and Boston, Massachusetts and Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Running through the marrow of this exhibit as a whole was a call for us to reflect on what we all have in common: our humanity. One artist’s work, for example, reminded us of the stories that our skin—specifically our scars—tells about how we are unique and connected.
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