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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