Not On Our Watch: Hope and Liberation Coalition ExhibitPosted Jan 7, 2017Tagged Articles & Press Releases, Exhibitions, Recent News
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Not On Our Watch — Monongalia Arts Center
Exhibit January 13 – February 4, 2017
Opening Reception: January 13, 2017, 6-8pm
Exhibit Opening to be held in coordination with a panel discussion on Human Trafficking at the West Virginia University Health Sciences Center, January 13 at noon, moderated by Terri Davis and will include several experts in the field: Theresa Flores and Margeaux Gray (survivors); Dr. Patrick Kerr, Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, WVU School of Medicine; Anne M. Lofaso, Professor, WVU College of Law; Dr. Susan Newfield, Associate Professor, School of Nursing; and Dr. Hanni Stoklosa, Harvard Medical School and Executive Director of HEAL Trafficking (Health, Education, Advocacy, Linkage).
In collaboration with the Hope and Liberation Coalition, artwork in this exhibit deals with the complex issues of sexual exploitation, and will be referenced in the panel discussion of the role that healthcare worker serve in the identification, healing and prevention of human trafficking.
Shown above: “Hope and Liberation #1 and #2,” by Christine Guillot Ryan, Mixed Media on Canvas, both 36 x 36 in.
- In the Studio
Posted NOV 12, 2017
I’m working on a video documentation of the “you|me: WE” video installation: combining a circular ambient light projection screen with a floor-standing monitor.