Artifacts of Human Trafficking
You're invited to shine a light into the darkness through art and explore the pervasive sex trafficking industry in the United States through Artifacts of Human Trafficking, an installation created by Austin artist, Amie Stone King, with accompanying juried, 2-D mixed media works from artists around the world based on the themes of desperation, isolation and deceit.
Artifacts is currently at Rapha House in Joplin, Mo. through June 10, 2018. Opening Reception is Thursday, May 17, 2018. raphahouse.org
"Such a moving display!" --Matt
"Thank you for your information and education campaign! People tend to take action if they know about issues." --Unsigned
"It's eye opening and haunting. I hope many will see this all over Texas and our country. We can't live in the shadows unaware while these girls are forced to." --Paul
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"Artifacts" is very thought provoking and very moving. It very vividly portrays the helpless desperation caused by human trafficking without showing an actual person in the throes of such deprivation." --Frankie