Polus Center

In Mystic, art by Syrian child refugees

Painting from the exhibition “Dark to Light: A Syrian Child’s Journey,’’ through June 16 at the Mystic (Conn.) Museum of Art. This show is a traveling exhibition made up of the works of Syrian child refugees. The artwork comes from the children served by the Petersham, Mass.-based Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, which has been providing rehabilitation services to civilians affected by the Syrian war since 2010.

Painting from the exhibition “Dark to Light: A Syrian Child’s Journey,’’ through June 16 at the Mystic (Conn.) Museum of Art. This show is a traveling exhibition made up of the works of Syrian child refugees. The artwork comes from the children served by the Petersham, Mass.-based Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, which has been providing rehabilitation services to civilians affected by the Syrian war since 2010.