Work from the Grafitti Art Project (GAP) will be on view at Notre Dame Downtown’s Crossroads Gallery, 217 S. Michigan through Sept. 30. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
GAP is a summer-long endeavor targeting young individuals within our communities with an interest in art. GAP’s mission is to provide participants between the ages of 9 and 17 an opportunity to express themselves through their talent or discover it anew. This year’s exhibition will feature the works of residents of the South Bend Juvenile Correctional Facility and students from the Camp Summit Boot Camp in LaPorte, Indiana. Come see what’s on their mind!
Now in its third year, GAP was initiated through the combined efforts of the Hispanic Leadership Council, the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies, and the South Bend Police Department.
For more information, call N.D. Downtown, 631-3249, or the Institute for Latino Studies, 631-4440.