In · HUMANITY Art Show
Written by Megan Carson
Our talented and award-winning portrait artist, Liz Thayer, will have an art show going up June 26 through August 27 at the Covey Center in Provo, Utah. There will be two receptions: July 6 and August 3. These will be in conjunction with Provo’s First Friday Gallery Stroll events.
Liz’s artwork beautifully depicts our refugee friends, capturing the emotions and depth of who they are and what they’ve gone through. This exhibit will be worth seeing in person.
Washington DC Team assists their local community through ESL, Art, Mental Health Awareness, and Advocating for Refugee Physicians
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