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What Were You Wearing?

Opportunities for Otsego
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In recognition of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week - April 8 through April 14 - the Violence Intervention Program (VIP) of Opportunities for Otsego is hosting several memorial exhibits to raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault in our community.

What Were You Wearing? is an art installation which challenges the myth that a person’s clothing choice can result in sexual assault. The display features stories of sexual violence and representations of what each victim was wearing at the time of their assault.

This exhibit, and others, will be on display at a reception being held on Tuesday, April 10th at Hartwick College, Anderson Center for the Arts from 5:30PM until 7:30PM.

The reception is free and open to the public and will include light refreshments. Donations of linens, personal hygiene items, and toiletries for the Violence Intervention Program shelter are welcome.