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Project Heartstring

Time: October 7, 2019 to January 1, 2020
Location: New Haven, CT
Event Type: community, art, project
Organized By: Genese Clark
Latest Activity: Dec 13, 2019

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"Project Heartstring," a community heART project and future exhibit
  1. Respond to the prompt, "Where do you want your heartstring to lead you?" on a bright index card. Respond in any language.
  2. Mail card(s) to: Arts Council of Greater New Haven, c/o Project Heartstring, 70 Audobon St., New Haven, CT 06510
As cards are received, they are prepared for an experiential community heART installation in early 2020. Currently, we have collected over 200 cards from children and adults with a goal to receive a few thousand!!
You can also drop cards at a collection site.
Current Collection Sites (New Haven):
Arts Council of Greater New Haven
People Get Ready Bookstore
For updated locations visit us on FB @heartstringproject, IG @projectheartstring, or Twitter @Pheartstring

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