Three BIPOC artists – a performer/choreographer, a mixed media artist & a lighting designer – use their art to uplift black & brown voices.
A light and sound installation used projected art and poetry to communicate the impact that police violence continues to have on the BIPOC community.
In times of crisis, communities look for symbols of hope. These are three examples of how the lighting community is creating that hope with light.
Angstrom Lighting uses Roscolux filters when they light up Los Angeles City Hall to express a variety of sentiments, including: solidarity, celebration and sorrow.
Childhood Cancer International has utilized a gold ribbon and buildings bathed in Rosco e-colour+ #550 Gold Medal as their symbols to honor kids from around the world that are battling against child and adolescent cancer.