LCSD to take part in exhibit at Liberty Museum and Arts Center

A Liberty Central School District administrator, faculty and students will be among the participants in the monthlong “Voices of Survivors: Inspiring Hope, Sanctuary, Compassion and Community” open at the Liberty Museum & Arts Center.

The multiple medium exhibit of paintings, photographs, poetry and prose reflect and humanize the voices of survivors of the Holocaust, according to the organizers of the exhibit.

Artwork and photographs by Liberty students will be featured in the exhibit, Superintendent Dr. Patrick Sullivan will be a speaker, and members of the faculty will offer poetry and music during the event.

The full schedule of events is available here.

The exhibit will be open from noon to 4 p.m. Fridays through Sundays, May 17 to June 16, at the center at 46 Main St. in Liberty.

This series was made possible through volunteers, contributions of time and materials, and donations. Funding for this project was made possible in part by a Community Development Grant from Sullivan 180 and local legislative discretionary funds, with funding support for musicians in part by the STEAM Fund.