Creative H.O.P.E. art exhibit opens at Douglas County LibraryThe third annual Creative Healing Our Pain with “Ease”ls art exhibit will open Monday, April 11.
The third annual Creative Healing Our Pain with “Ease”ls art exhibit will open Monday, April 11. It will be on display at the Douglas County Library in Alexandria until Friday, April 15. It will feature various art forms, such as paintings, photographs and poetry.
The exhibit is in commemoration of Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 10 to 16, as well as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Individuals whose art is displayed have been victims of crime, or have artwork relating to the impact of crime and violence as well as hope for the future.
Individuals or artists who have been victims of crime or who have artwork relating to the impact of crime and violence, as well as hope for the future, are invited to submit work. Submitted work may include literature (poetry, short stories or essays) or visual arts (drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, fabric/textiles and photographs).
Entrants are responsible for delivering their submissions to Someplace Safe,700 Cedar Street, Suite 237, in Alexandria. Deadline for submission is 4 p.m. on April 8.
All entries will be identified as the creation and property of the individual who submitted them. If you do not want to be identified, note that on your submission.
For information or to submit artwork, contact Someplace Safe at (320) 762-1995or e-mail email@example.com