Most of the contents of “Care Package” are slightly retooled versions of past creative endeavors, and don’t represent direct responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, Luis notes.
The exhibition’s sway in this arena will only grow, as more works of art and projects continue to be added.
“We wanted to put out a care package that isn’t just offering art to be received—to be viewed or watched or listened to,” he says.
how we want our future to unfold, and then take those steps.”The online exhibition “Care Package” will unveil works in the coming weeks.
It is part of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center’s holistic series of responses to the unique and complex ways in which Pacific Islanders and Asian Americans are affected by the COVID-19 crisis and its repercussions.