Black History Month Creative Expression Contest presented by Tri-Town Against Racism
Influencers and Game Changers, Past or Present
Virtual Reception: Postponed until a later date - stay tuned!
The Marion Art Center has once again partnered with the local organization Tri-Town Against Racism to showcase entries to TTAR’s Creative Expression Contest held during Black History Month. The theme for 2022 is Influencers and Game Changers, Past or Present. Learn more by visiting the TTAR Facebook page.
View last year's video entries and more on the MAC's YouTube channel.
Video Contest Entries
See the Contest Winners in the Video Below!
Poetry & Writing
Martin Luther King Jr.
A Poem by Jayilson Debrito
Martin Luther King had a great legacy
believing that we were one
that we're a family
when he died something died in all of us
something died in America
each day i must think
that we must dream the same dream
and build on what was left on all of us
Darkness can not drive out darkness
only light can do that
hate can not drive out hate
only love can do that
cause we will see each other everyday
in the market
in the bus
or even face to face
we need to accept more than deny
cause you are denying life
you are denying faith
faith is taking a step
even though you don't see the whole staircase
Excerpt from a Script
A Friendship, A Love Story
by Jamal Gomes
Visual Expression Contest Entries
Other Submissions from Tri-Town Students and Classes
Other Video Presentations from Tri-Town Students
Young Artist Program
The Marion Art Center is pleased to offer a Young Artist Program, a new collaboration between the Marion Art Center and local high schools. Our YA Program features an online exhibit, rotating student artwork on display at the MAC, student art shows, small group student tours, a mentor program to pair professional artists with young artists, free time in the MAC studio for student members, and an emerging artist lab.