Sponsorship

The La Descolonización del Arte: A Celebration of Our Raíces’s curatorial team would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support of our virtual art exhibitions throughout the academic year by funding image and video accessibility, Spanish translations, editing service, and logo design. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please contact us at tljdac@rit.edu


Oro Sponsors:

La Descolonización del Arte Sponsorship Logos

[Image description: The TRUE+WAY ASL logo is horizontal, including a purple star, with yellow “tails” shooting out of the star in a circular fashion. The words, TRUE+WAY ASL are capitalized along with “American Sign Language,” in purple font.]

Logo History: The TRUE+WAY ASL logo was originally inspired by TRUE+WAY ASL actor Roberto Sandoval and designed by artist Jannifer Williams. The star in the logo comes from the state flag of Texas, of which TRUE+WAY ASL was born in. Purple represents TRUE+WAY ASL co-author Dr. Nathie L. Marbury’s favorite color. The color yellow represents the millions of unique Deaf stars in the many Deaf communities all over the world that keep sign languages alive and accessible to Deaf children. The shooting “tails” from the star represent fingers/hands signing fluently. 

Website: truewayasl.com | Facebook | Twitter | InstagramTikTok

La Descolonización del Arte Sponsorship Logos

[Image description: In black wording reads “RIT *a bar separating wording* National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Office of Diversity and Inclusion.]

Verde Azulado Sponsors:

La Descolonización del Arte Sponsorship Logos

[Image description: Wording in black reads in capitalized letters “CONVO”]