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Our Mission

To foster the growth of sustainable development within underrepresented communities by hosting year-round art events and social activities that educate and preserve cultural heritage.

Annual Reports

Our Story

Context of a Generation was created by two sisters, Symone and Quiana Major who are both multidisciplinary artists from Miami’s little town called Goulds. Their desire for better opportunities and resources inspired them to create an organization that focused on designing and providing programs for African American artists who lived in similar communities as them. The mission that the Major sisters outlined is rooted in creating a safe and sustainable environment through art, culture, tradition, history, and education. 

Having a safe creative space for expression is a necessity for all and yet those opportunities lack in African American communities. It is in these communities that culture, creativity, and heritage are born in the most authentic light. Context of a Generation feeds this light and stewards the ideas and concepts that overlooked artists define. Through this stewardship, art from African Americans and other underserved communities are not only sustained but also preserved as history. With programming that ranges from digital platforms to year-round in person platforms; Context of a Generation educates art enthusiasts and those who are intrigued, thus further preserving cultural heritage through art. 

The Major sisters walked in the shadows of living in an underserved community, but their inner light has given voice to many and through Context of a Generation they have created a positive impact in the art and entertainment industry and has defined the true criteria of a Cultural Treasure. 

Meet The Team

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