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Events and Art Exhibits Revealing Gun Violence

Current and Upcoming Opportunities: Virtual and In-Person

In-Person Events & Exhibits

This Loss We Carry: Washington, D.C.

The National Mall | October 16-17, 2021
Thousands of visitors experienced the Soul Box Project exhibit of over 200,000 Soul Boxes on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Each Soul Box holds space for one person shot—killed or injured—in the U.S. in the last three years.

Details are on our National Mall page.

This Loss We Carry: Grand Rapids, MI

ArtPrize, The Atrium at Uccello’s | September 16-October 3, 2021
In our midwest preview of This Loss We Carry at ArtPrize, the 50-foot long display of 8,800 Soul Boxes represented the number of Michigan injuries and deaths (including suicides) in just three years. ArtPrize is an open, independently organized international art competition that takes place for 18 days in the fall in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Watch the news clip on Wood-TV8.

The Atrium
122 Monroe Center St. NW

Art Heals Violence

St. Louis, MO | 2022
The St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce will host its second region-wide arts and social issues collaborative exhibition. The theme has been announced: Art Heals Violence. Soul Box Project has been invited to present an exhibition as part of this inclusive, interdisciplinary conversation about furthering social justice and healing through the arts. Watch the inventive video they produced demonstrating how to fold a Soul Box.

St Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce logo

Virtual Events

TBD

Virtual Soul Box-Making Gathering 
We’re taking a break from our virtual gatherings. Check back or watch social media for an announcement. How to join our Virtual Gatherings

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I am so glad that you have provided this opportunity for me to participate in doing something to address gun violence in this country beyond politics. Thank you for your heart feelings. – R.H. Portland Oregon