The Center for Hope and Safety is one of the many nonprofit organizations we work closely with. They give shelter and support to those suffering from domestic violence, helping to make a difference in the world. We’re happy to lend our resources as a company to them in order to support their mission!
Last year, we wrote about the Center For Hope and Safety’s Baring Our Souls Exhibit. It was a very powerful display of art that was put together by people in the Center of Hope and Safety’s Art Therapy program. This helped give a very personal message to each and every piece of art in the exhibit that made it fascinating to see.
This year, the organization is doing another art show! This one is called The Art of Survival and it’s the fourth annual exhibit being shown since the program was created. It will be shown from now until August 9, so there is plenty of time to see the exhibit. If you want to learn more, please read an excerpt from the event’s page below:
The four modalities being offered include: art in the natural surroundings of Van Saun Park; creating art to music; mosaic art, and mandala art. The program will culminate in a Bergen County gallery exhibit (and potentially other venues such as the County seat at One Bergen Plaza) during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, in October 2017, and will also be displayed other times at Women’s Rights Information Center.
The dates for the workshops are as follows:
Musical Art – March 15, 22, April 5, 12
Mosaic Art – April 26, May3, 10, 17
Art in the Park – May 31, June 7, 14, 21
Mandala Art – July 19, 26, August 2, 9
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