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Colors of Hope

Da Vinci Art Alliance

September 6-October 4

2020 Fringe Festival

Flexible Run Time


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In times of uncertainty, it can be easier to look for faults, point fingers, and lose our focus from what matters most, what keeps us going. Colors of Hope invites artists to explore the meaning of hope in their lives today, and the various ways that translates into color and form.

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About the Artists


Aaron Kalinay, Ellen Rosenberg, Floyd Kelley, Linda Dubin Garfield, Marcie M Ziskind, Marilyn Stubblebine, Marvin Greenbaum, Melissa Ramaker, Robert Reinhardt, Rosa Leff, David Meade Walker, and Ted Warchal.


Vicente Ortiz Cortez is a queer Mexican artist based in Philadelphia, USA. He is the 2020 Michelle Angela Ortiz Curatorial Fellow at Da Vinci Art Alliance. His work addresses themes of sexuality, identity, and anthropocenic anxieties, informed by his Catholic upbringing in the macho culture of rural Mexico.

He has exhibited in the USA and abroad in South Korea, Egypt, and Italy, with a 2020 solo exhibition at The Beach Museum in Alagoas, Brazil. His awards include the 2019 Juried Art Exhibition Award from the William Way LGBT Community Center in Philadelphia, and the 2019 Highly Commended Award from Red Line Art Works in Bath, United Kingdom. He serves in the Gallery Committee at University City Arts League in Philadelphia.

Ortiz Cortez received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University, and also attended Studio Arts College International (SACI) in Florence, Italy.

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