It was a sunny Saturday afternoon in Madison, WI. A small group of us gathered in a tiny cafe right off Madison’s busy State Street. Equipped with our drinks of choice–one herbal tea, two hot chocolates, and three flat whites–we … Continue reading Behind the Scenes: Our Spring Photo Shoot
Less than six months ago, a recently graduated Portuguese fashion designer, Margarida, began the blog Les Personnages, which features her work. A few months later, she kindly featured information about Uncovered Artistry’s Art Show to End Abuse on her blog. We are … Continue reading Featured Blogger: Les Personnages
A couple months ago blogger Ali Janbein was kind enough to support Uncovered Artistry’s Art Show to End Abuse by publishing a post about our cause. As a thank you, we’d like to feature Ali’s blog today. In Ali’s words: … Continue reading Featured Blogger: Janbein
An interview with The Uncovered Artistry Project’s founders was featured on Crime Dime last week. “The CrimeDime is the information bank, the snitch hotline, the inside track on crime, criminal justice, and criminology. It is written by criminologists, academics, and … Continue reading UA on Crime Dime
Artwork from the show was created by Chicago-area students as well as survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. The work was a reflection on the theme of empowerment, inspiration, or abuse. The event took place in the beautiful Calvin Durand … Continue reading Photos from an Art Show to End Abuse
Thank you all so much for you support of Uncovered Artistry’s Art Show to End Abuse. We had over ten artists submit work and fifty people, mostly students from Lake Forest College, attend the show. Visitors enjoyed live music by … Continue reading Art Show to End Abuse a Success!
We asked a simple question, “who would you end abuse for?” We received a plethora of unique responses. Post your response in a comment below! Continue reading Who Would You End Abuse For?
See the post here: Uncovered Artistry Project: An Art Show to End Abuse. Continue reading Les Personnages Features An Art Show to End Abuse
Social Goal: Economic and Social Equality Method of Change: Inception of the Aflatoun Program Biography: Growing up in Mubai, saw the poverty that surrounded the children of India. Compelled to make a social change for the good of these children, … Continue reading Social Entrepreneur: Jeroo Billimoria
The Uncovered Artistry Project is proud to celebrate two years! We are organizing an art show to celebrate UA’s birthday and to its bright future. The show will feature creative work by abuse survivors as well students. We have launched … Continue reading An Art Show to End Abuse: And How You Can Support It!