Art of Recovery Opening Reception at Outre' Lounge in TC


Please join Northern Lakes Community Mental Health and the Inside Gallery for the 6th annual Art of Recovery: The Human Journey show.  The event will be a compelling display of art and music in celebration of the human journey.

The 6th annual ART OF RECOVERY: THE HUMAN JOURNEY show will open on November 7, 2012.

This event showcases the journey of recovery through art. Whether it’s mental illness, substance abuse, grief, loss, domestic violence, divorce, physical illness, we all have struggles sometimes. Some of the pieces are by professional artists and many of the artists participating just use the process of making art to express their feelings and will show their work publicly for the first time here.

What artists in this show all have in common is they are people, just like us, who are recovering or have recovered from something… celebrating the resiliency and healing power of people.





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