The California Brady Campaign Chapters are co-sponsoring a traveling art exhibit to provide public education about trauma and the adverse health effects—and the eventual hope and healing—that frequently follows exposure to trauma. The founder of this project, Diana Bilovsky, has a background in the arts and community organizing. Diana has arranged for a two-year traveling art and poetry exhibit across the U.S. Persons with PTSD acquired through war, gun violence (yourself or a loved-one), or domestic abuse are invited to submit Individual or collaborative works in any medium (sculpture, paint, mixed-media, photography), as well as poetry.
“PTSD Nation: Art and Poetry From Survivors of War, Gun Violence, and Domestic Abuse”
(A TWO-YEAR TRAVELING EXHIBIT)
Opening, November 3, 2014
The Annex Gallery, Sacramento State University
Closing, March 2016
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, San Jose CA
Call for Entries: Deadline—July 31, 2014
For Information and Guidelines, contact Diana: email@example.com.