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This week’s exhibition at the Historical Center reinforces the stories of survivors through art and activism

Ithaca, New York – The Tompkins County Historic Center and the Tompkins County Advocacy Center have teamed up to present “Deployment: A Chronology of Sexual Assault in Tompkins County.” The exhibit displays T-shirts, brochures, posters, buttons and other artifacts documenting decades of Tompkins County survivors. “Deployment” is on display until June 25 at the Artspace …

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Columbus makes art presents Mary Ann Krago: a lifelong artist and librarian weaves a story through fine art

“When something really works or is super interesting, you just know it.” – Mary Ann Krago, Painter Westgate and Hilltop artist Mary Ann Krago has worked all her life. Now that she has recently retired from her career at the Columbus Library in Sofia, she can focus on her art. Among the upcoming shows and …

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Noyo High School students create public art – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

FORT BRAG, California – A public art project was underway on the old fence bordering the driveway to Purity Market. This project will add to Fort Bragg’s public mural plan. At least eight of the city’s streets already have finished products. This fence artistically presents the creative ideas of students attending Noyo High School, a …

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The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art invites research into LGBTQ identity

SOHO, Manhattan (PIX11) – At the world’s only LGBTQ + museum of contemporary art, Pride is not a one-month affair. Pride is a daily event at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art in Soho. With 25,000 exhibits in its collection, the museum encompasses and promotes LGBTQ + artists as people and as artists, said director Alisa …

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