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ChopArt Project Showcase
Jul 26 2019 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

ChopArt Project Showcase

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ChopArt is a multidisciplinary arts organization serving homeless youth ages 10-18 to help them build community, cope, and heal. Through a week-long workshop at The Breman, these teens will learn about the Holocaust, the 4-R’s (Resourcefulness, Resilience, Rescue and Resistance), tour the Holocaust Gallery and talk with Survivor Bebe Forehand.

Join us as they present an inspired final art project based on this workshop. They will present about their project and experience at a Project Showcase on Friday, July 26th at 1:00 PM at the Breman Museum. Please join us and support these amazingly wise and creative teens.

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Members - Free
Non-Members - Cost of Admission

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