A travelling gallery focused on creating space for survivors of sexual violence to create art will be arriving in Hamilton on August 5th.
SACHA – Hamilton’s Sexual Assault Centre – will be hosting Sexual Assault: The Roadshow for the month of August. The Roadshow gallery – made of a modified shipping container – will travel on a flatbed truck to 15 cities and areas in Ontario over a three-year period.
While in Hamilton The Roadshow will have open hours so community members can experience the art created in previous stops as well as host art making workshops.
Come and visit Sexual Assault: The Roadshow at Good Shepherd’s courtyard at 25 Ray Street North:
|Monday, August 8||2pm-7pm|
|Tuesday, August 9||2pm-7pm|
|Wednesday, August 10||2pm-7pm|
|Thursday, August 11||Workshop at 1pm and 5pm|
|Friday, August 12||5-8pm|
|Saturday, August 13||No open hours|
|Sunday, August 14||11am-1pm|
Artist Heidi Cho will be leading zine making workshops around themes of safety and healing.
For more information about The Roadshow contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sexual Assault: The Roadshow is funded by the Ontario Arts Council and is a project by sexual assault activist Jane Doe and renowned artist/activist Lillian Allen. In Hamilton we appreciate the support of Good Shepherd Hamilton.