August 2, 2018

Opening weekend to my traveling art exhibit, Faces After Suicide, was a huge endeavor, but completely worth it. It took me over 3 years to create and wouldn’t have happened without all the support from family, friends, and the heart of Kansas City welcoming everyone, Joel B. Nichols. The exhibit is doing exactly what I envisioned and way, way, more. Art Connects. Thank you Leedy-Voulkos Art Center for allowing the exhibit to be in your beautiful space until September 29th, for helping me, and for staying above the rug. Also, thank you to all the prevention organizations who were able to be present for guests to talk with and learn from. SASS-MoKan – Suicide Awareness Survivor Support Greater Kansas American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Chapter, Solace House, Cosplay For Hope, Johnson County Suicide Prevention Coalition, Mission 22, Hope For The Day, NAMI Kansas, Headquarters, Inc.
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