Lives Touched By Suicide Exhibit

Since it opened in 2015 at Macrostie Art Center in Grand Rapids, this multimedia exhibit, “What’s Left: Lives Touched by Suicide,” has traveled to churches, art galleries and colleges in Rochester, Duluth, Red Lake, Bigfork, Virginia, Bemidji, Hibbing, Minneapolis, Minnetonka and Little Falls. Fifty artists participated — painters, poets, sculptors, glassworkers — to create a proactive community dialogue about suicide and mental illness with a goal of reducing the stigma surrounding them.

The Owatonna Art Center is hosting the exhibit Sept. 5-24, with a gallery talk & reception on Sunday, September 10, at 2:00 PM. The gallery is open Tues.-Sun. 1:00-5:00 PM at 435 Garden View Lane, Owatonna, MN. For details, contact Silvan Durben, 507-451-0533,

For more info on hosting this exhibit, contact Katie Marshall at 218-326-2697 or or go to

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