H.O.P.E. Training & Consultancy #75women Digital Art Project features at Quetzal Stories of Change Exhibition. They selected the digital portraits of the Black Asian and Minority Ethnic women working, advocating and campaigning in Leicester, Leicestershire and beyond for survivors of domestic and sexual violence for presentation.
Meena Kumari, founder of H.O.P.E. Training & Consultancy and trustee at Quetzal has been ever supporting collaborator of the Breaking the Silence Initiative inviting the team of staff and volunteers to introduce Quetzal and their work to partner organisations, female survivors as well as individuals and communities in Leicester and beyond.
It is with great pleasure that we are presenting their wonderful work at Quetzal first exhibition.
About H.O.P.E. Digital Art Project #75women
It is an art project that raises awareness of and celebrates black, Asian and minority ethnic women working / advocating / campaigning within the domestic abuse & sexual violence sector
A national platform where professionals and survivors discuss the impact of domestic abuse in minority ethnic communities
a project that raises funds for charities supporting black, Asian & minority ethnic victim
How can you support Quetzal Stories of Change Exhibition and the participating artists
You can purchase the artists’ artworks. Part of the proceeds will support will go to Quetzal enabling us to continue our FREE support to female survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
You can invite us to display the artworks in your venue. Contact us directly so we can give you more information about the tour of the exhibition