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Raise your Voice for Peace

Exhibit will run through: April 6th - May 2, 2015

By - Mar 16th, 2015 11:38 am

Opening Reception: April 6, 2015 6-9PM

Exhibit will run through: April 6th – May 2, 2015

April will be an exciting month at Riverwest’s Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts, let’s stand together to action! RAISE YOUR VOICE FOR PEACE is a regional        Juried exhibition of two-dimensional, works of art of social justices including; political, environmental, gender and equality issues.

Riverwest Artist Association is teaming up with Artists who have courageously protest injustices and inequalities for over 34 years in Milwaukee. We encourage ALL who are interested to enter the show and be heard, Drop off April 4th – Installation April 5th RAISE YOUR VOICE FOR PEACE is a regional juried show socially engaged and politically motivated art about promoting peace.

Please submit work to: Dr. Theresa Anne Kenney

elogical1@mac.com.

Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts

926 East Center Street

Milwaukee, WI 53212

During the duration of the exhibition there will be 5 Community speaker events: For more details on the events listed check out our online calendar riverwestart.org.

Friday April 10th

Sunday April 12th

Friday April 17th

Saturday April 18th-

Friday May 1st

Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts is located at 926 East Center Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212

This event is sponsored by the Riverwest Artists Association.

For additional information, contact the Riverwest Artists Association at 414 374-472.You can only visit website: riverwestart.org or by email: info@riverwestart.org

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