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Artists against violence unite for peace exhibit | Connecticut Post

For Bridgeport’s City Lights Gallery, its current exhibition may be the most significant of the year.

Especially during the unsettled times in which we live.

“Make ART Not WAR II/ Works by Artists Against Violence” features a variety of pieces from many artists throughout the state, according to gallery director Suzanne Kachmar. The show runs through Sunday, Sept. 21, and will include two special events.

“For me … this theme is the most important show we do,” Kachmar said. “I hope to impress upon the community the need to nurture a peaceful soul, and a peaceful way of acting and reacting to people and events.”

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