Redefining the Classroom

Clothesline Project hangs domestic violence out to dry

Posted: April 14th, 2014

VIOLENCE OUT TO DRY – Lake Superior State University assistant director of housing Joe Loomis puts out the latest entry into this year's Clothesline Project, an exhibit that uses shirt art to speak out against domestic violence. A national initiative encourages domestic violence survivors – themselves, friends, or families – to illustrate shirts with messages and art. Creations will be on display in the lower level of Cisler Center through the end of the month, just outside the Galley. Blank shirts can be picked through April 25 at the LSSU counseling services building, located on the corner of Easterday and Meridian. A dedicated work area stocked with blank shirts and art supplies is in Cisler's Sabin Room, April 7-18, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Completed shirts can be dropped off at the LSSU Office of Campus Life, which is also located in Cisler. (Photo by John Shibley)

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CONTACTS: John Shibley, e-mail, 906-635-2314; Tom Pink, e-mail, 635-2315; Joseph Loomis, e-mail, 635-6244.