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Walk In Our Shoes Art Exhibit has matched 25 talented artists with 25 Rockland PFLAG advocates to inspire and create original two-dimensional pieces of art with an important social message.

This art exhibit is intended to be a catalyst for conversation and raised awareness about LGBTQIA issues. All artwork will be available for viewing and purchase in benefit of Rockland PFLAG throughout September 2019.

Exhibit Reception - Sunday, September 15th
The Outside In
249 Ferdon Ave, Piermont NY

Participating Artists: Kenneth Burns, MaryKate Cardona,
Maria Chavarria, Jane CoCo Cowles, Michael Craft,
Lisa D'Amico
, Jean Doyle, Elaine Flamholtz Schloss,
Rene Fressola
, Dave Ganassi, Trine Giaever, Lydia Hassan, Max Krance, Joe LaMattina, Lynne Lancaster Cass,
Eric David Laxman
, Daniel Lukens, Graceanne Malloy,
Bonnie McGown Torres, Cass McVety, Melissa Weiland &
Erin Cardullo, The Nerdy Duo, Aviva Sakolsky, Susan Shapiro, Ken Sharp, Debbie Silberberg, Jeff Spindel, Peter Tilgner, Shobha Vanchiswar, June VanDunk, Chris Yacopino

Curator, Lisa D'Amico PhD

About Rockland PFLAG: When PFLAG was initially created in the 1970s it meant Parents and Friends of Lesbians And Gays. PFLAG is the extended family of the LGBTQIA community. We are made up of LGBTQIA individuals, family and allies working together.

It is impossible to overstate the impact of one parent or family member listening to, seeking help from, and offering love and acceptance to another. In a culture steeped in denial about massive inequalities and the depression and hopelessness they engender, PFLAG creates tiny moments of truth and hope among people whose love for their LGBTQIA family members and friends sometimes comes into conflict with established authorities in their lives—whether it be religious institutions, employers, or government actors including police, courts, or family services, educators, coaches, doctors, or extended family.


© 2020 Lisa D'Amico


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