Our Neighbours, Ourselves is an exploration into the lives and stories of those who have come to New Hampshire from around the world over the course of a six weeks (Wednesday Feb 26th - Saturday April 11th). Through art and creativity, we hope to highlight the experience of our immigrant brothers and sisters, to highlight the fact that immigration is not simply a “border” issue.
Utilizing the beautiful sanctuary of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Londonderry, art from around the state will be showcased, as well as pieces from UncagedArt, a traveling exhibit of art created by teenagers held in the Tornillo Children's Detention center in El Paso County between.
During these six weeks, Our Neighbors, Ourselves will offer opportunities to experience the art space, as well as take place in book studies, weekly stations of the cross, and more. All monies raised in these events will support the NH Bail on Bond Fund who raises and disperses funds for detained immigrants, and the New Hampshire Council of Churches.
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