Report by Paula Antolini
May 8, 2017 9:16AM EDT
‘ENDWORKS’ Cultural Alliance of Western CT Art Exhibit Opening, May 19th, Gives Voice and Increases Awareness to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Be sure t see the new art exhibit – ENDWORKS – Out of Darkness – opening on May 19, 2017, at5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut, 287 Main Street in Danbury, CT.
Art gives voice to and increases awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault – Engage and move the conversation forward…
Guest Curators: Mary Lou & Robert Alberetti, New Fairfield, CT
OPENING PARTY Friday, May 19 at 5:30 PM – 8 PM
Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut
287 Main St, Danbury, Connecticut 06810
The relationship between artist and audience is distinctive, creating an artist-led encounter between those whose lives have been touched by domestic violence and sexual assault, and those who have not. This exhibit explores these issues and what it means to the artist personally and perhaps for our nation at large. It is also a place to create common ground, to explore these topics more fully, to inspire truth and hope, and to deepen our dialogue.
Chiara Alberetti Milott (Brooklyn, NY), Katie Bassett (Bethel, CT), Jane Bennett (Patterson, NY), Karen Bonanno (Woodbury, CT), Jane Capellaro (Hudson Valley, NY), Polly Castor (Bethel, CT), Sylvia Hierro (Sherman, CT), Siovhan Hutcherson (Danbury, CT), Megan Marden (Danbury, CT), Toni Miraldi (Newtown, CT), Amy Morken-Flynn (Brooklyn, NY), Stephanie Safarik (Bethel, CT), Peter Schachter (Danbury, CT), Tracy Van Buskirk (Newtown, CT).
Refreshments, live music, rsvp requested.
Brought to you by SAVINGS BANK OF DANBURY
Major funding by
CT OFFICE OF THE ARTS
287 Main Street, Danbury
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