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Hope is an Open Door
Family Fun
Date: September 13, 2014
Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
Urban Ministry Center
945 N College St
Charlotte, NC 28206

Contact: Maria Mazzocco
Phone: 704-369-7612
Email: mmazzocco@urbanministrycenter.org
Site: http://www.urbanministrycenter.org

“Hope is an Open Door,” ArtWorks 945’s Annual Art Show features work from Charlotte artists who struggle with homelessness. This exhibit showcases how the ArtWorks 945 program is a place of hope where art opens the door to an a range of possibilities. ArtWorks 945, an outreach program of the Urban Ministry Center, uses art to connect with individuals who struggle with homelessness. The work featured in “Hope is an Open Door” was created in the past year during studio time offered at the Urban Ministry Center. All proceeds from the sale go towards supporting the ArtWorks 945 program and artists.




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