This exhibition highlights a selection of these compelling works, along with powerful and often poetic personal statements or interpretations provided by the artists themselves. The piece in the promotional ads, called "Hands", has the most beautiful text accompanying it–"Hands .. Once hiding my scars and stifling my voice, now a forest of hands supporting, holding, caring, cradling, reaching out, embracing my story".
The show is offered with free admission, in order to maximize audience viewing and awareness of the issue of violence against women. There is a collection box at the entrance for donations, as well as a souvenir booklet on sale at the gift shop for $5, with proceeds going towards this worthy cause. I'm hoping that everyone rushes out to see this show. I'm still thinking about it days later!