PSALM Exhibits Artwork at THE MONONGALIA ARTS CENTER AND CELEBRATES 20 YEARS AS AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SOCIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZATION THIS YEAR.
Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) is hosting the annual PSALM (Proud Students Against Landmines and Cluster bombs) exhibition, “The Road Traveled,” which features paintings of landscapes from across the world. There will be an opening reception on Friday, February 8 from 5:30-7:30PM. PSALM STUDENTS WILL HOST AN OPENING RECEPTION AND ACT AS GUIDES ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH FROM 5:30-7:30PM.
The landscapes featured in “The Road Traveled” will be accompanied by the stories of survivors whose life paths were forever altered by their encounters with remnants of wars and conflicts.
You have probably heard expression ‘the road less traveled.’ It implies a choice in life, but in many places around the world the real paths and roads of life are strewn with the remnants of war. People of all walks of life must travel these paths and roads to home, school, and work, to retrieve water or farm and forage for food. These paths pose dangers to all who encounter them.
For the past 20 years, St. Francis de Sales School’s PSALM (Proud Students Against Landmines and Cluster Bombs) chapter has generated public awareness and worked towards the elimination of landmines and cluster bombs.
“The Road Traveled” will be on display in the Benedum Galley of Monongalia Arts Center from Friday, February 8 until Saturday, February 23, 2019.
MAC is located at 107 High Street, Morgantown, WV. Inquiries should be directed to email@example.com or 304-292-3325.