About this Event
1 Park Place, Baker University Center
Each fall semester, Ohio University offer an arts-based survivor-centered program. These programs provide an opportunity to: centralize survivor stories in our understanding of sexual, dating, and domestic violence, and stalking; place the onus of prevention to fall on perpetrators rather than survivors; combat rape myths and stigma; and build empathy within our community for survivor stories.
The 2021 fall exhibit, In This Space: Disrupted is an innovative survivor-centered exhibit. Fabric panels, created by survivors, hang from the ceiling - making visible the often-anonymous spaces in which interpersonal violence occurs. Featuring 14 contributors, In This Space: Disrupted names locations of both violence and healing space. Join us in being called to action to support survivors and end violence. The exhibit will be available for in-person viewing at Trisolini Gallery August 24-September 18. Please follow @ohiouniversityartgalleries on Instagram to be updated on hours and events, or visit their website at: https://www.ohio.edu/fine-arts/art/galleries/trisolini-gallery
In This Space: Disrupted is organized and sponsored by the Women’s Center, Survivor Advocacy Program, Health Promotion, Ohio University Art Galleries, Ohio Women, Ohio University Alumni Association, and with support from Counseling and Psychological Services.
To view the virtual exhibit, please visit; https://www.ohio.edu/diversity/womens-center/space-disrupted