History has shown us that courage can be contagious, and hope can take on a life of its own.

Michelle Obama

Season’s greetings and Happy Holidays!

During this holiday season, Seeds gifts readers with our December newsletter and the many artistic adventures of current students and alumni. Like always, our Seedlings have colorful and creative ways of expressing themselves with unique identities that shape their art. In this issue, cultural identity and diversity serve as a source of fascination for Paulina Beron while Jakob L. Held and Yuri Ku Kim detail their desire to create everlasting art, with deep meanings that impact viewers.

Being the first anniversary since the inaugural launch of the Seeds of the League website, we would like to thank those who have followed Seeds throughout this year. From the inspirational stories of well-known artists to narratives by Seeds students and alumni to expanding our advisory board, Seeds’ artistic endeavors continues to provide art services to a broader audience and sharing their stories. Although this year is coming to an end, there will be many more sagas of students who document the influence art plays in their lives, and we continue to support and provide resources to those who seek to make use of their talent for future careers.

Join us again next month for our first newsletter of the new year!


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