Art Exhibit at Women's Health Education Center: "Acrylic on Vintage Vinyl"

Sarah Hamilton will present her art exhibition called "Acrylic on Vintage Vinyl" next July. Come see and enjoy her artwork.

Sarah Hamilton is a Social Impact & Community Engagement Expert. She utilizes her art for advocacy and raising awareness for Nonprofits & Social Impact Initiatives. Her art has benefited initiatives for homelessness, health care, children’s performing arts & education, child welfare & a meditation benefit in partnership with Yale University and is currently on display at Fox Street Art & Nonprofit Resource Center in Denver.

Sarah’s advocacy work resulted in her drafted proclamation accepted as an official North Carolina State Proclamation from Governor Roy Cooper declaring November National Arts & Humanities Month. This proclamation focuses on the arts and local, state levels, encourages individuals and organizations to participate in the arts, allows governments and businesses to show their support of the arts, and raises public awareness about the role arts and humanities play in our communities and lives.

Come and enjoy her artwork at the Women's Health Education Center during the month of July.

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