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Sharon Prince and the entire team at Grace Farms Foundation welcomed Carrie Mae Weems. She is one of the most renowned American artists. She made a recent performance of Past Tense at Grace Farms. She utilized her skills to create space for people to consider injustices, race, inequality, and violence. She used her powerful voice as well as her unique team of artists to pass the information.
Carrie Mae Weems used images, words, and texts to take various individuals through violent pasts. Moreover, she brought to light the possible extinction situation. At the end of the performance, she had shown hope that change is possible and necessary for the impossible solutions to the encounters in our society. She inspired a sense of aspiration, goodwill and emphasized that everyone has a right amidst the dark and disturbing themes in our lives.
The insights shared by the famous artist aligns with Grace Farm’s goals. These are in the areas of wildlife and human trafficking. Sharon said that the foundation’s core initiatives resonate with long-term meditations of Carrie Mae. The recurrent subjects she addressed included consequences of power, violence systems, and sexism. The chair and president of Grace Farms admitted that a new perspective in the foundation’s mission will be added. It would ensure more peace and grace to the universe.
Grace Farms was opened in October 2015. It is open to the public six days on a weekly basis. It was designed to create a public space to bring good in the world.it is a highly welcoming destination that invites people from varied backgrounds. Personal conversations and community events are encouraged to facilitate utilization of the nature preserves. Read This Article for related information.
In a recent president’s perspective, Sharon Prince discussed the significance of hopeful spaces. They include the fact that communication is enabled. Visionaries are brought together to ensure that the initiatives of the foundation are achieved.
An article on The New York Times entitled “The Spiritual and Spectacular Meet at an Ultramodern Community Center in Connecticut”, talks about a facility which is a nature center, gym, hub for social justice groups, community garden and a part-time ecumenical chapel — and that is only a partial list.