The Community Relations Committee of the Atlanta Shambhala Center and Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia (WCAGA), Art and Activism program present the Third Exhibit on the Social and Cultural issue of Human Trafficking. Together they have created an invitational exhibit featuring 20 artists who use their skill, craft and concepts to bring awareness to this troubling social issue of our day.
In Georgia the first WCAGA Exhibit on this specific topic was held at Two Rules Gallery in Marietta. Most recently, Mammal Gallery hosted a multi-event exhibition centered on Human Trafficking.
In order to ensure that this issue doesn’t get lost in some fissure of the political game, The Community Relations Committee of the Atlanta Shambhala Meditation Center and WCAGA will once again call upon the talents of WCAGA artists and Shambhala Meditation Center members to bring this issue into the light where it can be discussed in order to “remember” the battle still goes on.
On View: January 9 - March 12, 2019
Opening Reception: January 19, 7 - 9 pm
Day of Discussion: February 17, 2 - 4 pm