Art can assist with social healing
and memorials are public gestures to acknowledge
and validate the heroism and suffering met by those
who face profound adversity.
Documentation and summarization of
the experiences, challenges and learning of The Child
Abuse Survivor Monument Project is a valuable asset
to pass on to future artist and community groups who
wish to artistically deal with the concerns of child
Dr. Irving is open to discussion with
a major gallery on an exhibition of the original cast
paper quilt panes, the Monument Project Child Abuse
Awareness Research Forum information highlights; participants
journalling and poetry; project videos and more. Contact
Dr. Michael Irving: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children's lives today are
the HandPrints of tomorrow.
Respect them. Love them.
Hope for them.