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Welling Hall explores art, faith and advocacy at FCNL

October 22, 2018

Research Professor of the Liberal Arts Welling HallResearch Professor of the Liberal Arts Welling Hall will present her gun violence sculptures and give an artist talk “Art Transforming Violence” on November 14, in Washington, D.C. The event will take place at the Friends Committee on National Legislation's Quaker Welcome Center, located at 243 2nd Street NE, across the street from the U.S. Senate.

Hall, who is serving as Friend in Washington, discusses how the visual arts provide space for enriching faith communities as well as advocacy messaging.

More information is available at the FCNL website.

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