August 2, 2018

HeART Gallery partners with Midwest He|ART|  and US Together on

International Dot Day to welcome refugees and asylum seekers

through the universal language of art.  Members of the community

are invited to participate by painting “dot boards”, as inspired by

Polish artist, Wassily Kadinsky. The collaborative art event uses 8x8 individually painted pieces that begin with a single dot, then are framed into larger pieces. The September 20 event will also showcase artwork that has been collected and donated by

local artists, to provide refugee families the opportunity to turn

their living spaces into homes. Many local art teachers are also

exhibiting their "summer projects".  Wow!  So many great ideas!


This unique hands-on gallery event, invites the community to

participate by creating a gift of art for our local refugee families,

and includes live music, dips and sips and Raffle Baskets.  The event

will be held Thursday, Sept. 20 with a Lunch & Learn program from

12-1pm and Art Loop Gala 6-9pm.




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