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ArtWorks for Freedom Spring Newsletter

Dear Supporter,

ArtWorks is entering a time of transition, with a farewell to our departing Executive Director Michele Clark. Michele was an exceptional part of our team and did so much to lead ArtWorks to the point we are today. We couldn't be more grateful for her leadership, dedication and vision and we wish her much success and happiness in her next endeavors!

We also say hello to our newest champion and board member Helen Frederick. Helen is an acclaimed artist, educator, curator and advocate of the arts in the Washington, DC metropolitan community. She is the latest recipient of the Distinguished Teaching of Art Award from the College Art Association, which is an incredible honor! We are fortunate to have Helen offer her keen artistic vision and curatorial talents to ArtWorks! Check out our full welcome to Helen at the ArtWorks for Freedom website.

We will be announcing exciting new developments in the coming months, so stay tuned. As always, you can find information about ArtWorks for Freedom at our website, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you have ideas for what you’d like to see on any of our digital channels, send us a note!

Thank you for your continued support!
Kay Chernush
Founder & Artistic Director, ArtWorks for Freedom

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ArtWorks Spreads the Word During Human Trafficking Awareness Month!

ArtWorks for Freedom joined new partners to bring awareness to the issues of trafficking and modern slavery in Biddeford, Maine and Houston, Texas during Human Trafficking Awareness Month in January.

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Our outdoor installation of "Bought & Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking" will be shown at the University of Richmond from March 28 - April 17. To launch the exhibit, the university will host a panel discussion moderated by Tucker-Boatwright Visiting Professor Debra Bergoffen, with Laura Browder, Monti Datta, Bonnie Price and our own Kay Chernush, creator of the Bought & Sold exhibit. Check our website for more details coming soon!

Also in March and April, "Bought & Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking" indoor exhibit will travel to Boston College, where an opening reception will be held. Specific dates coming soon!

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