46 Million Slaves-21st Century Slavery

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46 Million Slaves-21st Century Slavery

Time: September 10, 2016 at 6pm to October 2, 2016 at 7pm
Location: Mammal Gallery
Street: 91 Broad Street SW
City/Town: Atlanta
Website or Map: http://www.mammalgallery.com
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: Callahan Pope McDonough
Latest Activity: Aug 31, 2016

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Event Description

Artists Standing for an End to Modern Slavery.

Opening September 10 5pm-8pm

Mammal Gallery 
91 Broad St. SW., Georgia 30303


  •  Saturday, Sept. 10, 5-8 p.m. Opening, Sidewalk performance/collaboration: Red Sand Project 
  •  Saturday, Sept. 17, 2 pm: Expert Panel Discussion on Human Trafficking followed by a performance by Maggie Benoit and Max Beeching
  •  Sunday, Sept. 25, 2 pm: Artist’s Talk followed by a performance by Ruth Schowalter 

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Contact Person:  callahan.mcdonough@gmail.com

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Call For Art

Keeping Women’s Voices Loud

WHERE: Shambhala Center, 1447 Church St., Decatur, GA 30330

Making art about the thoughts that weigh on our minds is one way that, as artists, we deal with those ideas. They find a voice in our choice of media and concept: political, personal, biological and/or cultural.

Whether our work is created with gentle nuances or bold, aggressive, to the point visuals, our creations are meant to be seen.

Shambhala Meditation Center, a place for contemplation presents a visualization of our thoughts.

For more information and PDF Application go to Opportunities Page.

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