Presented by SVA Galleries and Student Affairs

In Solidarity: SVA Celebrates Its Asian and Asian American Communities

April 13 - May 11, 2021
Four hands in different skin tones reach out with chopsticks toward a four-looped symbol meaning unity and strength.
Credit: Ann Tang

School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents “In Solidarity: SVA Celebrates Its Asian and Asian American Communities,” an exhibition of multidisciplinary works by SVA students. Organized in coordination with SVA Student Affairs, this online exhibition is curated by SVA Galleries and will be on view online from Tuesday, April 13, through Tuesday, May 11, at galleries.sva.edu.


Through the art of its students, SVA manifests staunch support for its Asian and Asian American communities. The exhibitors, many of them from those communities, express anguish and indignation provoked by the bigotry and violence aimed at them. These students' art also celebrates their Asian origins and culture, vividly illustrating that inclusion and diversity are not just words, but the hallmarks of this College and the bedrock of American society.

Four hands in different skin tones reach out with chopsticks toward a four-looped symbol meaning unity and strength.
Credit: Ann Tang