Press

“What’s Left” exhibition at Owatonna Arts Center focusing on suicide. Owatonna People’s Press. September 2, 2017. (print)

“What’s Left” opens dialogue about suicide. Lakeshore Weekly News. April 13, 2017. (print)

Traveling Minnesota art exhibit aims to “break the stigma” of suicide. Star Tribune. April 1, 2017. (print)

Two-church collaboration hopes to bring mental illness “out of the closet.” MinnPost. February 15, 2017. (print)

Contemplating loss: Art show seeks to shatter suicide stigma. Brainerd Dispatch. February 7, 2017. (print)

A way to cope and listen. Mesabi Daily News. December 12, 2016. (print)

“What’s Left” art exhibit opens at Mesabi Range. Mesabi Daily News. December 7, 2016. (print)

Hope with “What’s Left.” Grand Rapids Herald Review. October 5, 2016. (print)

“What’s Left: Lives Touched by Suicide” at the Edge Center Gallery. Grand Rapids Herald Review. September 23, 2016. (print)

“What’s Left: Lives Touched by Suicide” features more than 40 Minnesota artists.  Bemidji Pioneer. May 16, 2016. (print)

Art Profiles. Common Ground, Lakeland Public Television. April 29, 2016. (video)

Sparking suicide discussion through art. Hibbing Daily Tribune. April 3, 2016. (print)

What’s Left comes to HCC on April 4. Mesabi Daily News. March 30, 2016. (print)

“What’s Left:” Art and Grief After Suicide. WDIO News. March 4, 2016. (video)

“What’s Left: Lives Touched by Suicide” creates community dialog about suicide. KBJR News. March 4, 2016. (video)

What’s Left – Lives Touched by Suicide. Fox 21. March 4, 2016. (video)

What’s Left: Lives Touched by Suicide. PRX. February 25, 2016. (audio)

Multimedia exhibit comes to Rochester, encourages conversation on mental illness. Fox 47. January 7, 2016. (video)

Art exhibit is a ‘life saver.’ 507 Magazine. December 31, 2015. (print)

Traveling exhibit aims to de-stigmatize suicide. KBJR News. September 5, 2015. (video)

Michael Tonder: Art to inspire conversation about suicide. MPR News. September 4, 2015. (audio)

New exhibit aims to start conversation about suicide. Duluth News Tribune. September 2, 2015. (print)

Art exhibit explores ‘What’s Left’ for those touched by suicide. Grand Rapids Herald Review. August 29, 2015. (print)

 

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.