'Violence Transformed'

  "Make Way for Ducklings,"     by    Hope Ricciardi & Dominick Takis,   in the "Violence Transformed'' series running through June 4 in galleries around Greater Boston.    "Violence Transformed'' is an annual series of visual and performing arts events currently in its 12th year.     The program's coordinator of performing arts, Hope Ricciardi ,  explains that the exhibits "specialize in art addressing violence in the community."    For more information on "Violence Transformed'' and its exhibitions for March and April, please visit  violencetransformed.com/events .   

"Make Way for Ducklings,"  by Hope Ricciardi & Dominick Takis, in the "Violence Transformed'' series running through June 4 in galleries around Greater Boston.

"Violence Transformed'' is an annual series of visual and performing arts events currently in its 12th year. 

The program's coordinator of performing arts, Hope Ricciardiexplains that the exhibits "specialize in art addressing violence in the community." 

For more information on "Violence Transformed'' and its exhibitions for March and April, please visit violencetransformed.com/events.

 

The title of the picture above refers to Make Way for Ducklings, a famous children's book written and illustrated by Robert McCloskey telling the story of a pair of mallards who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Garden. It was first published in 1941.