Community Projects and Partnerships

Community Projects and Partnerships

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The Journey to Healing and Empowerment:

an exhibition of art by Niagara Students

Organized by the Coalition to End Violence Against Women in collaboration with Rodman Hall Art Centre

 

On Display March 6 to 8, 2015
Opening Reception March 6 at 4 pm
and Closing Reception March 8 at 2 pm

After briefings with regional counsellors on domestic and dating violence, students from four area high schools have created artworks in response to the issue. This exhibition organized by the regional Coalition to End Violence Against Women, builds on the dialogue begun with the “Violence Against Women 365 International Poster Exhibition” mounted at Rodman Hall in 2012. This showcase of challenging works by Niagara’s student artists coincides with International Women’s Day on Sunday, March 8.
 

Students and Educators are participating from the following Niagara Secondary Schools:

Laura Secord Secondary School; Grade 12 DNA Art Club: Led by Patricia Wehr-Mathews, Visual Arts Teacher and Program Leader and Steven Azzopardi, Visual Arts Teacher.

E.L. Crossley Secondary School: Led by Sherry Wilkinson, Art Teacher

Ridgeway Crystal Beach Secondary School: Led by Sandra Palencar, Visual Arts Teacher

Grimsby Secondary School: Led by Vicki Schindel, Visual Arts Teacher

Strive Niagara (Welland Branch) Young Mothers Program: Led by Linda McIntyre; Community Worker

 

The Following Organizations and Artists lead the committee and are working with the teachers and students to mount this exhibition:

Cindy Ledl, Gillans Place & CEVAW

Sandy Toth, Design For a New Tomorrow & CEVAW

Stuart Reid, Michelle Nicholls and Peter Vietgen, Brock University / Rodman Hall

Kristen Neudorf, Krys Elliott and Emily Anderson, Local Artists and Educators