Announcing "Heroin & Healing" Exhibition March 2018

Published: December 5, 2017

Presented by the Kent County Arts Council and created by the New Day Campaign, Heroin & Healing is an exhibition project about how the opioid epidemic and hurting go together, and what we are doing to help make things better. The March 2018 exhibition in Chestertown, MD, will feature works by Peter Bruun, Elisif Bruun, Phylicia Ghee, Michelle Labonte, Mark V. Lord, Anthony Ness, and Sharon Strouse. The project includes multiple events in partnership with and support from stakeholders in behavioral health wellness in and around Kent County. 

Programming details are in the process of being finalized; once all dates for programs have been set, the New Day Campaign will share the information in our newsletter, on our website, and through social media.

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Shout out to @alyserurianidesign powerful and brave art: “kindred is a photo + embroidery series based in process. each photo + embroidery represents one day; my face that day, my emotions that day, my life that day, my thoughts that day. I embroidered onto the photo in whatever way felt right. I explored emotions without the context of language- something I am not accustomed to and, frankly, something I fear. the end product calls to look at the layers of the image and the relationship between them. this project holds as a sort of visual journal where I can express myself and my vulnerability without edits.“ #newdaycampaign #newdaycampaignartists #thenewdaycampaign #fightstigma #healingarts #newdaynostigma #newdaycampaignartistoftheweek #ndcartistoftheweek #artistoftheweek.

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