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SKITTLES: Maya Odim '10 is one of 17 Wesleyan students of color displaying artwork in an exhibit titled Skittles through March 4 in the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery South. The purpose of Skittles is to raise consciousness about the challenges that people of color face in the art world. The exhibit celebrates the diverse backgrounds of the artists. Their experiences are reflected in their artwork. Odim's piece is titled "Liberty's Legs."

Mike Bolds '08 displays his artwork, "Pieces of a Man," which is a puzzle that can never fully be put together. Poems are on the pieces' backsides.
Yokasta Tineo '07 is displaying her own photographs in the exhibit. She has titled her work, "Parts of Me in You."
Micaela Anaya '08 displays her painting, "En su Retratro de Colores." It is made of acrylic paint on canvas.
Julius Hampton '09 is one of the exhibit's student organizers. He is displaying his work titled, "My Rooting Spirits," which is sketched with charcoal and Conté crayon on paper. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)