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Artistic Bridges

Exhibit Themes

Welcome to our upcoming art exhibit, a celebration of creativity and expression by young artists from diverse global backgrounds! At this ongoing exhibit, we invite artists of all forms and styles to showcase their unique perspectives and talents, contributing to a vibrant tapestry of artistic exploration.


You are invited to make a picture or a poem, a song or a sculpture, a drama or a photo! Consider:

What are you feeling? 

What are you hoping? 


Hands are for helping not hurting. Let’s share our art, share our dreams around the world. Let’s heal and grow.

We are connecting kindness, connecting peace. We are connecting worlds.


If you need more fuel to help develop a theme or emphasis for artistic expression take a look at some further explanation below. 

1. Self-Expression

Young artists often grapple with questions of identity and self-discovery. Through their art, they have the opportunity to explore and express their unique identities, experiences, and emotions. Themes of self-discovery, personal growth, and the journey towards self-acceptance may emerge, inviting viewers to reflect on their own sense of identity and belonging.


2. Activism

In an increasingly interconnected world, young artists are passionate about addressing social issues and advocating for positive change. Art can be a powerful tool for social justice and activism, sparking conversations, raising awareness, and inspiring action. Themes of equality, diversity, inclusion, and environmental sustainability may inspire young artists to use their voices and creativity to make a difference in the world.


3. Imagination

Young minds are filled with boundless imagination and a sense of wonder. From whimsical landscapes to fantastical creatures, art offers a playground for exploration and escapism. Themes of fantasy, dreams, magic, and surrealism may inspire young artists to unleash their imaginations and create worlds limited only by their creativity.


4. Nature 

As stewards of the planet, young artists are increasingly concerned about environmental issues and the impact of human activity on the natural world. Art can serve as a powerful medium for reconnecting with nature, raising awareness about environmental conservation, and celebrating the beauty of our planet. Themes of sustainability, biodiversity, climate change, and the interconnectedness of all living things may inspire young artists to explore the beauty and fragility of the natural world.


5. Well-being

In an age marked by pressures and challenges, young artists may find solace and healing in the creative process. Art can be a therapeutic outlet for expressing emotions, processing experiences, and promoting mental health and well-being. Themes of resilience, self-care, mindfulness, and the importance of seeking support may resonate with young artists as they navigate the complexities of adolescence and young adulthood.


As we embark on this artistic journey together, we invite young artists to explore the above themes and beyond, allowing imaginations to soar and voices to be heard. Through  art, we have the power to inspire, provoke thought, and spark meaningful conversations that transcend boundaries and generations.

We look forward to witnessing the diverse expressions of creativity and talent that will adorn the exhibit and inspire our hearts. Thank you for joining us on this inspiring and enriching artistic adventure!



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