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Transcendence Project

Rebecca Nappi / The Spokesman-Review

Kasi Hohbach, an AmeriCorps volunteer working on Our Kids: Our Business for Volunteers of America, describes the uniqueness of the Transcendence Project. The collaboration between artists and social service agencies resulted in 11 pieces of art expression about children’s issues, displayed throughout downtown Spokane. The project opens April 2 during the monthly First Friday cultural event. About a third of the art will remain in place throughout April. Our Kids: Our Business is a month-long focus on child abuse and prevention and empowering all children in the Inland Northwest.

 
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