BELFAST — Come “talk about” domestic abuse downtown on Saturday, June 26, from 2 to 4 p.m. as part of the Finding Our Voices June “Love/Not Love” art and poetry exhibit. The outdoor public reception at the park on Main Street (just below Traci’s Diner) will provide an opportunity to mingle and talk with some of the 65 participating artists and poets as well as women survivors on the 32 Finding our Voices window banners.  At the same time, visitors can take in the artwork in 100 city hall and downtown business windows as well as in two rooms of the Belfast Free Library.

All of the art is available for sale in an online silent auction through the group’s website at findingourvoices.net. Proceeds from the online silent auction benefit Finding Our Voices, a Camden-based, survivor-led non-profit organization empowering girls and women to recognize, avoid, and safely leave and heal from dangerous relationships, and marshal survivor voices and community creativity to open eyes, minds and hearts to the domestic abuse all around us.

For more information, visit findingourvoices.net or contact the group’s founder/president Patrisha McLean at hello@findingourvoices.net.