Mosaic Visions is pleased to announce the debut of their cultural and artistic virtual international festival, Spirit of Humanity International / (Ein Sof) Virtual Festival. We will be showcasing those that identify as Multiracial Jews of the Diaspora or marginalized, culturally diverse voices through their work of art. The first installment event was held on February 22, 2022 and can be viewed here with our board member, Rain Pryor and fellow steering committee member, Jordan Daniels.
Submissions have closed for 2022.
Please come back next year we would love to have you enter!
We are opening the visual art gallery soon we at Mosaic Visions are excited to unveil our inaugural visual arts festival showcasing diverse Jewish artists of color, artists that identify as a Jew of Color (JOC), or a multiracial Jews on the diaspora.
Our final event was on June 14, 2022.
Please read our FAQ for more information!
Mosaic Visions is a unifying force headquartered in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. The mission of Mosaic Visions is to form an inclusive space that generates visibility for marginalized and underrepresented Jews of Color (JOCs) within the Global Jewish community through advocacy, awareness, and education.
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Founder, Visionary, and Executive Director
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Please find the submission link on our Instagram page and in our linktree as well as above.
After the steering committee approves the submissions, we will have an audience choice award.
There will also be a Mosaic Visions events to showcase the work of the artists that got the most votes, as well as give an honorable mention to the runner-up.
No, not this year. While the festival's title is called “The Spirit of Humanity”, we don’t want this year’s submissions to be restricted by any particular theme. We want artists from ethnically diverse Jewish artists and artists from underrepresented diaspora communities to feel free to express cultural aspects from their communities.
The artists with the top-voted submission in each of the five categories will receive a $300 honorarium. And as a part of our work to promote the artists and artwork, you may be invited to participate in public events to speak about yourself and your art. Our main goal is to allow diverse and underrepresented Jewish artists to share their work, gain exposure, and give virtually life to their art. The steering committee of Mosaic Visions’ “Spirit of Humanity” festival's sole purpose is to expose diverse ethnic Jewish artists and their work to the mainstream community. This festival is an art and expression festival and is free to enter. Mosaic Visions has made this year’s inaugural festival free to submit. Please read number 3 on specifications and requirements based on the art category you are submitting to.
The festival steering committee will review all submissions to ensure they meet the standards of the festival and Mosaic Visions. All decisions of the committee are final.