Local artist raises awareness in Northern Ireland

Local artist, Miriam Marshall is displaying a charity art exhibition “Sold” in Millennium Court Arts Centre, from the 12th – 18th of November. The exhibition is to raise awareness about Human Trafficking, which she explains is now the “fastest growing crime in the world, now making twice as much revenue as Coca Cola!”

Miriam is also raising funds to go on an “Arts and Justice” mission project with YWAM, (more info at www.ywampismobeach.org).

“I will be leaving on the 10th of January to live with a team of artists for 5 months, putting on art exhibitions around California to raise awareness and funds to support the victims of Human Trafficking as well as outreach and rehabilitation ministry”

The exhibition launch night takes place on Thursday the 12th of November and she says to “come along any time between 5:30 and 8:30pm for refreshments, merchandise and to get informed and be inspired.”

William Street, Portadown, Northern Ireland BT62 3NX

(Written by Miriam)


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