“Redressed” Art Reception – House of Ruth Maryland

June 8, 2017 – Chase Court

Pictured (LtoR) Faith Savill, House of Ruth Maryland community relations manager; John Kernan, Tufton Capital Management analyst; and Amanda Paiger, Saul Ewing litigator

Pictured (LtoR) Amber Simpson, contributing artist; Amy Nicholls, contributing artist/Tattooed Heart Studios tattoo artist; and Dustin Blottenberger and Brigitte Winter, No Discipline Arts Collective co-founders/event organizers

Pictured (LtoR) Khurrum Maqbool, contributing artist; John Johnson, Frederick Memorial Hospital pharmacy IT specialist; and M. Evan Matyas, Frederick-based author

Pictured (LtoR) Nicole Hebert, The Wilson T. Ballard Company environmental specialist; and Emily Angerhofer, Baltimore-based freelance social work consultant

Pictured (LtoR) Clara Pino, Maroon PR director of social media, and Katie Huston, Maroon PR social media manager

Pictured (LtoR) Sarah Gavagan and David Cory, Firaxis Games illustrators

Pictured (LtoR) Alison Beyrle, DC area director of grants administration; James Murphy, Johns Hopkins University research scientist; Caroline Short, Generation Hope director of programming; and Jessica Wisser, Young Playwrights’ Theater development director

Pictured (LtoR) Byron Macfarlane, Howard County Register of Wills; Corey Smith, Jenner & Block lawyer; and Mike Haw, DTI Global project manager

Dozens descended on Chase Court for “Redressed: Transformational Art Against Domestic Violence.: The event – organized by No Discipline Arts Collective, and benefiting House of Ruth Maryland – featured the work of 24 local artists who had incorporated into their creations pieces of wedding gowns donated by survivors of intimate partner violence, their friends and allies.

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