A beautiful day of hearts gathered to honor those who have died by suicide and those who fight to live. 500 community members walked together at Monument Mountain High School in this perfect autumn weather, side by side. AIRY created a Rememberance Weave from donated fabrics and tree branches, which was presented to loss survivor, … Continue reading Out of the Darkness
Walking to prevent youth suicide: One mother’s story Sept 25, 2018Hannah Van Sickle, Berkshire Edge MORE INFO Great Barrington — Valerie Zantay recalls with clarity the day she and her 17-year-old son Googled “suicide survivors” together: In the wake of her son’s own attempt to take his life, the pair were searching for stories of … Continue reading Walking to Prevent Suicide (Berkshire Edge)
Music, Art, and "Altered Dollheads" at the Carpe Diem fundraiser for Arts in Recovery for Youth Adams Agricultural Fairgrounds Sept 23, 2018
https://www.berkshireeagle.com/stories/theres-not-one-way-to-heal-just-like-theres-not-one-way-to-do-art-arts-in-recovery-for,550555 BERKSHIRE EAGLE Sept 16, 2018 There's not one way to heal, just like there's not one way to do art': Arts in Recovery for Youth expands suicide prevention programs This collage titled 'Control," by Arts in Recovery for Youth program member, Sandy, is one of 98 works on display in 'Hope is a Four … Continue reading There’s not one way to heal: AIRY
Jack Kelly, reading original poetry. Whitney Center for the Arts, Sept 7th, 2018.
Fri Sept 7, 5-7 pm artists reception / 7:30 poetry slam "Hope is a Four Letter Word" AIRY countywide art show featuring 22 young artists, paintings, masks, sculpture and written word. On view Sept and Oct. Whitney Center for the Arts, 42 Wendell Ave, Pittsfield MA http://www.thewhit.org (413) 443-0289 For more details visit: https://m.facebook.com/events/2175338706085299?