a work of art from the exhibition, a ceramic small caucasian toddler standing upright wearing a pink onesie with a yellow binky in its mouth. the toddler has a black hand gun in its right hand and gazes off to the left. The image contains the information about the artist, Claudia Alvarez, and the title of the piece, El Chupon II

Featuring work by 14 contemporary artists from around the world, ENOUGH Violence investigates the impact violence has on our lives and the role the arts can play in restoring peace and security.

Discover how creative expression and working with your hands can be used as tools to process complex emotions and respond to inexplicable events. Feel, heal, transform, and be part of the solution.

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