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Coloring The World Foundation
Art and color as an instrument of social transformation
— 03Supporting the creation and promotion of emerging contemporary art MIAMI SCOPE ART FAIR 2021
Okuda San Miguel has presented the Coloring the World Foundation in Miami at the SCOPE art show 2021. This is where the values of Okuda San Miguel fit in, with his passion for equality, diversity, and optimism. Okuda’s vibrant work is full of color and symbolism, allowing it to generate the social impact needed to promote change by and for everyone.
— 01Supporting, raising the profile of and enabling the participation of minorities Titanes
A project to support the involvement of people with different abilities, particularly youth, in the creation of public art, developing their power of expression, social skills and self-esteem.
— 02Promoting social projects and public participation on diversity Colegio ELSEDO
The project at Elsedo school came about when pupils at the school in the Spanish region of Cantabria delivered a petition to the artist Okuda San Miguel through the school’s pupil–family association.
Our Foundation’s initiatives are structured around three priorities that seek to generate opportunities for the development of people and communities.
Promoting social projects and public participation on diversity by placing our transformative capacity in their service, combining color, art, and culture.
- 02Social justice
Supporting, raising the profile of and enabling the participation of minorities – both individuals and groups – who find themselves in vulnerable situations and at risk of exclusion.
- 03Emerging contemporary art
Supporting the creation and promotion of emerging contemporary art to generate a positive impact on culture and society.
- 04Art and Sustainability
We’re committed to helping build a more sustainable world and we’re passionate about the key role art has to play in amplifying messages related to sustainability and the environment.
Help us fill the world with color, creativity and optimism