Dare to be bold, adventurous, and unapologetic.
Use your voice to AMPLIFY.
Over quarantine, we spent our time in isolation, forced to grieve and adapt to a nation beyond what was physically tangible. Although we were stripped of our most immediate communities, we saw the capacity art held in establishing transnational relationships, providing space for healing, igniting change, and uplifting voices that have long been silenced and overlooked. As we emerge from isolation and navigate this changing landscape together, we must acknowledge the relationships and communities that have sustained us in these times of uncertainty.
“Our end goal is the same: to uplift underrepresented communities and voices. Being the director of the benefit fashion show has allowed me to combine my interests of design, photography, film, and fashion into one collaborative project. My goal as an artist is to be a voice for people of color, and planning BFS has shown me just how impactful art can be,” Mary Song ’23 (General Fine Arts BFA) said.