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Behind Closed Doors 2015

September 03, 2015 at 1:34 PM

Behind Closed Doors 2015

For a number of years WAVES have organised a 'Behind Closed Doors' Exhibition as part of the annual White Ribbon Campaign. This exhibition is a creative response to the way in which family violence occurs in our homes, behind closed doors and away from public scrutiny. It involves agencies using a door as a starting point for an artwork. 

We are interested in hearing from agencies who have not previously been involved but who would like to create new doors for this year's show. If you would like to learn more about the exhibition or would like to pop into the WAVES office to look at some doors from previous years please contact charlotte@waves.org.nz. The closing date for new entries will be the 1st of November. 

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Category: White Ribbon Day