No Doubt: Mental Health Challenges and Love Drawing by Rich Geier, client of Mosaic Community Service

No Doubt: Mental Health Challenges and Love

Cary Beth Cryor Gallery, Coppin State University
2500 W. North Ave, Baltimore MD, 21216
October 25 - December 4, 2015

An exhibition featuring art from four communities addressing the role of love when mental health challenges are at play. Clients of Mosaic Community Services, Make Studio and On Our Own Baltimore exhibit works, alongside art by Coppin State University students, reflecting on love of self, love of family, and love of the caring communities of which they are a part—all underscoring the presence and healing power of love in their lives.

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Drawing by Rich Geier, client of Mosaic Community Services

No Doubt: Mental Health Challenges and Love Opening Reception

Cary Beth Cryor Gallery, Coppin State University
October 25, 2015, 4:00 - 6:00pm

A celebration of art and of the programs the exhibiting artists are affiliated with. The reception features sharing from those who are part of Mosaic Community Services, Make Studio, On Our Own Baltimore and Coppin State University.

No Doubt—or Doubt? An Interdisciplinary Discussion

Cary Beth Cryor Gallery, Coppin State University
November 3, 2015, 4:00 - 6:00pm

  Is love the healing ground upon which we all stand, or is there doubt when challenged by mental illness? Coppin State University students and their professors discuss the theme from the perspective of their chosen discipline.

Play: Zooman and the Sign Reimagined

Cary Beth Cryor Gallery, Coppin State University
November 11, 2015, 5:00 - 6:30pm

Zooman and the Sign, performed at Coppin State University from November 20-23, shares the tale of a bereaved father who, after the killing of his 12-year-old daughter, posts a sign accusing the entire community of cowardice in the face of…

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