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Violence Transformed Closing Reception and Performances

Mar 23, 2018 - 5:00 PM
Cambridge College, Town Common Gallery, 500 Rutherford Avenue, Boston

Guns and Gun Violence in America: Too many, too close

Artist presentations, special musical performances and an opportunity to learn more about the inspiration behind the work and the important efforts of Violence Transformed!

March 23 from 5pm to 7pm (date changed due to weather)
All are welcome!

Featured Artists:

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Artwork Exhibition

Cambridge College will host "Violence Transformed" for a 4th year with an exhibition of art that reflects on the impact of guns and gun violence.  Urban gun violence touches on issues central to American life: safety, equality, opportunity, and community. Residents and leaders of America’s cities face few challenges more urgent than gun violence. It takes thousands of lives, depresses the quality of life of whole neighborhoods, and it reflects America’s existing racial and economic disparities.

The work of participating artists imagine alternatives to violence and give expression to themes of protest, refuge, survival, healing and commemoration.  This exhibition underscores Cambridge College’s commitment to promote awareness and to address the issue of violence, in the communities we serve and live in. 

The exhibition has been extended and now runs February 26 to March 24, 2018. Viewing hours are: 

Monday through Friday: 1:00pm to 7:00pm
Saturdays: 12:00pm to 4:00pm

Accessing Cambridge College Boston

Access via T
Orange Line to Sullivan Station in Charlestown. Take a right when exiting the station and proceed to Cambridge Street. The site can be accessed either via Spice Street or Rutherford Avenue.  Look for 500 Rutherford Avenue sign (or building logo sign “Indigo”). The walk is no more than 5-7 minutes.

Access via Car
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Please note that public parking ($5 per day) is available adjacent to the site at the Spice Street lot located between D Street and Broadway. Limited visitor parking is available on site and monitored by the Hood Park Landlord. Guest must have authorized parking placards to use onsite parking for events. Unauthorized cars may be towed.


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