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Local nonprofit Path with Art works to support and empower marginalized folks through art



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Path with Art, local nonprofit working to use the power of art and creative engagement as a path to stability for folks recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma, is putting on a gallery show on UW campus this month. 

Path with Art takes a three-pronged approach to their work with marginalized folks, putting on classes, hosting public events to showcase students' work, and hosting outreach programs for students where they can participate in artistic and cultural events. 

This latest exhibition, showing now at UW, is titled "i am," and features collages, self-portraits, and photography from Path with Art students.

The exhibition runs until September 11. UW School of Social Work's First Floor Gallery, 4101 15th Ave NE, Seattle, 98105

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