Glennys Anglada writes in to tell everyone about a special gallery show: “As a graphic designer, I have being impressed with the work of so many artists supporting Obama and how for the first time a political art movement contributed to change on November 4th. So I can educate,illustrate and inspire others in the same field, I’m having an exhibit of my personal collection of Obama poster and Obama Art in an International Business School in the Dominican Republic.”
The Manifest Hope Gallery show ran from Aug 25-28 in Denver, CO during the Democratic National Convention. The gallery featured dozens of artist. In fact, over 1000 pieces were entered into a contest to be be displayed: “Manifest Hope, along with its online partner MoveOn.org, challenges the artistic world to engage their local communities in a significant and meaningful way, by inviting all artists to compete for a chance to present their works alongside these acclaimed and celebrated artists.”
For those who did not have a chance to attend
Over the next few days, we will feature some of the finalists and contest winners.