October’s Second Sunday community art making session at the Harlow, “The Clothesline Project” takes place during the exhibition “Transforming Violence II: It Takes a Community”. On Sunday, October 11th from 2-4pm come to the Harlow Gallery at 160 Water Street to speak out against domestic violence by creating t-shirts using words and artwork with staff from The Family Violence Project of Augusta. Participants may take their shirts home or display them on a clothesline installed in the gallery as part of Transforming Violence II through October 24th. Free, materials provided, including t shirts.
The Clothesline Project has been bearing witness to violence against women for over 25 years.