Join us on 4/28 @ Heritage Square for The Clothesline Project: Art Transforming Trauma Installation

Event Description

Northland Family Help Center (NFHC) is hosting The Clothesline Project: Art Transforming Trauma, a free public art installation. Hundreds of t-shirts are decorated by survivors of interpersonal violence and abuse and then displayed on clotheslines. In honor of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Come view this powerful display on April 28th from 7am to 5pm in Heritage Square, Downtown Flagstaff. If weather does not permit the art installation will be moved to May 12th. NFHC and other social service agencies will be present to provide resources for survivors and information on healthy relationships and violence prevention. For more information, to participate or to volunteer, please contact Caleb McClure at 928-233-2210 or For help with issues of interpersonal violence, please contact Northland Family Help Center, 24 hours 7 days a week, at 928-527-1900. The Clothesline Project was started in 1990 when it was discovered almost as many women died during the Vietnam War at the hands of their intimate partners as did American men fighting in the war. It has been a national campaign in April ever since. Visit to learn more. “Hanging our dirty laundry out—We are no longer silent!”