The Art Wall, in the Miron Fireside Rom, will display human trafficking awareness art during April.
Peruse the display of art created by the Renaissance School for the Arts High School students. These projects were created in various media after listening to speakers who have been directly affected by human trafficking. Appleton and surrounding communities have experienced many instances of this crime.
The artists, 5-stones (a local group of individuals committed to bringing awareness regarding the injustice of sex trafficking), and the surrounding police departments feel it is important to raise awareness of this growing crime and to have people report incidents they feel may involve human trafficking.
If you are interested in displaying your photography, artwork, crafts, or hobbies, please contact Kathy at 967-3692.