"Art is to console those who are broken by life."
- Vincent Van Gogh
Art is a powerful tool for healing, communicating, and for evoking social change. It has the power to tell stories and has both emotional and physical benefits for both the artist and the viewer.
SFP's Art Program provides opportunities for artists of all ages, and from every background, to help shed light on Human Trafficking. Our focus is to end the silence surrounding modern-day slavery and to help survivors find healing through artistic/creative expression.
See below for our upcoming art-related events.
Theme: What Does FREEDOM Look Like to You?
Artwork Deadline: January 5th, 2019
Public Exhibit & Award Ceremony:
January 19, 2019
2:00PM - 4:00PM
South Lyon Kiwanis Club
228 N. Warren Street
South Lyon, MI 48178
Closing Reception & Award Ceremony
One winner from each category will receive an award and a $50 Visa Gift Card during the Award Ceremony on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at the South Lyon Kiwanis Club. Winners will be notified via phone/email a week prior to the event. Winning artworks will be featured on SFP's Art Program's print and web collateral. Refreshments will be provided and a special live performance by singer/songwriter, Sami Mei. Visit www.samimei.com to learn more about this young and talented music artist!
Entry & Deadline
The artwork and form must be dropped-off or postmarked by January 12th, 2019. The Art Submission Form is available to download below.