ESD Artist Raise Awareness of Child Abuse With Highland Park Village Installation

April means a lot of things to a lot of people. Among other things, it is National Landscape Architecture Month, National Pecan Month, and National Soyfoods Month.

On a more serious note, it’s also National Child Abuse Prevention Month. It is for the latter occassion that nine art students from the Episcopal School of Dallas are set up three hand-painted wooden screens at Highland Park Village. Juniors Chloe Carry, Taryn Kaufman, Maddy McKinley, Naveed Samei, Sam Schooler, Philip Wagley, Lamar Wilson, Cecily Wilson, and Lindsey Wood, collaborated to design and paint the installation, a project sponsored by Greater Texas Community Partners to raise awareness about child abuse.

The installation went up yesterday in the old Harold’s storefront. It will be there through the end of the month. Stop by and check it out.

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