NEW GROWTH:: The land is a Spectrum
The event at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens presented on March 15th 2023, was a truly inspiring showcase of art and culture. The event brought together a diverse group of artists who displayed their work, shared their stories, and celebrated their heritage. It was a unique opportunity for the public to learn more about indigenous cultures and traditions.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to Rev. Houston Cypress, the curator of the event, for his visionary leadership and dedication to promoting Indigenous voices and perspectives. Rev. Cypress brought together a talented and diverse group of artists, and created a welcoming and inclusive environment that allowed their voices to be heard. We are grateful for the opportunity to participate in this event.
We would also like to express our gratitude to the indigenous artists who participated in the event. Their talent, creativity, and passion were evident in every piece of art and every word spoken. We were honored to be in the presence of such talented individuals, and we are grateful for their contributions to the event and to the larger community.
We are thankful for all the people that came and participated.
Finally, we would like to thank the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens for hosting the event and providing a beautiful space for the artists to display their work. The support of the Museum, Rebecca Petterson, Christopher Rodriguez and her staff was critical to the success of the event, and we are grateful for their collaboration.
Rev. Houston Cypress
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