The 5th annual Celebrating Culture Through the Arts was held this year on Dec. 4 from 5-7 p.m. in the Scandling Center. This year’s theme was “What is Culture?” and incorporated students’ artwork, photography, dance, singing, spoken word and sculptures.
The event provided attendees to think and reflect on the concept of culture and the importance of artwork as a part of culture. The various artists had the opportunity to explain their pieces, while offering some history of their families and heritage.
“This program is great because its a public display of art in a “street art” fashion because attendees are able to pass by, appreciate artwork, and stay for as little or as long as they want.” Darline Polanco Wattles, Intercultural Affairs
For more photos of the event, check out the online album here.