Viewing Time #ArtAgainstViolence
During the New Haven Pride Center’s Week of Action in June, we kicked off with a social media campaign #ArtAgainstViolence to draw attention to the violence that our community experiences. As we explored the topic more during the week, we immediately knew that we needed to make this project bigger and put it onto the walls as an exhibition.
In this exhibition we ask the questions : How do we, through art, respond to violence? How can we use art to heal ourselves and our communities? This multi-artists showcase features artists from across the LGBTQQIP2sAA community of many different sexual orientations, genders, gender identities and expressions who showcase their experiences of violence through the art that they create.
This program is co-curated by Miranda Rector and Patrick J Dunn and is part of the Center’s Women’s Programming.
FOR YOUR SAFETY, AND OURS
To ensure that everyone is being safe, here are some things that we ask of you before you come to the Center :
1. If you are not feelings well, please contact us to change your viewing time
2. You will be expected to wear a face mask at all times while within the building
3. A staff member will great you at the door and check your temperature prior to allowing you into the building
4. Only four folks will be admitted for a viewing at a time
Please check back soon!
This campaign has ended or is not currently active.
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