What Love Looks Like Collaborative piece by artists of "SOZA A.R.T.S."

What Love Looks Like

MICA PLACE
814 N. Collington Ave, Baltimore MD, 21205
November 13 - December 14, 2015

Portrayals of loving relationships and reflections on love when challenged by mental illness, addiction, and life issues: examples of compassion in a world of judgment, blame, and dismissal. The exhibition illuminates what is gained from empathy and connection rather than stigmatization and separation—the benefit of "us" versus "us and them." The exhibition is organized with artists from “SOZA A.R.T.S.” in partnership with the MFA in Community Arts (MFACA), Maryland Institute College of Art and the work of Rev. Carol L. Perlie.

 


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