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4th Annual M.O.V.E. Art Show

18 November 2015

The 4th Annual M.O.V.E. Art Show is a compilation of artwork from young adults, aged 16-26, who want to break down the stigma or misconception of mental illness and addiction.

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Our open house is an official stop on the Salt Lake City Holiday Gallery Stroll. 

Please come join us for our Open House at Rio Grande, 300 South Rio Grande Street Salt Lake City. We will have live slam poetry performances by Wasatch Wordsmiths, light refreshments, a photo booth, and will be selling photo-prints of all the art work. 

All purchases will benefit the young artists (60%) and our M.O.V.E. Utah advocacy chapter (40%). 

We invite you to come and see our display, meet the artists and break down the stigma surrounding mental illness and addiction. Invite your friends, your family, classmates and co-workers to come celebrate these young adult artists! 

For event questions: Contact Amber Drake amberd@namiut.org or 801-869-2887

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