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The Opioid Project: Every Picture Tells a Story.

Presented by The Nave Gallery and Mary Curtin Productions at The Nave Gallery, Somerville MA

Oct 01 2022
Nov 14 2022
The Opioid Project: Every Picture Tells a Story.

"The Opioid Project: Every Picture Tells a Story"; art work image courtesy of The Nave Gallery.

“The Opioid Project: Every Picture Tells a Story” : an exhibition of art work created as a result of “The Opioid Project: Changing Perceptions through Art and Storytelling.” Opening reception held on Sat. Oct. 1st.

Since 2014, the Nave Gallery, in partnership with the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church, has presented a “Social Justice Art” show in the Fall, to highlight a societal concern through the arts, to raise awareness and engage in conversation. This year, the Nave Gallery is pleased to host “The Opioid Project” to tell the stories of those affected and afflicted by addiction. The Gallery feels strongly that these stories need to be seen and heard.

Opening reception, with book talk/signing

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Free and open to all.

Contact: 617-625-4823


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Additional time info:

Opening reception held on Sat., Oct. 1st, 3:00-5:00 pm.


The Nave Gallery

155 Powderhouse Blvd, Somerville, MA 02144


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The Nave Gallery is located within the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church. The Church's current protocols are posted at Currently, masks are encouraged but not required.

Face Masks Required: No
Social Distancing: No
Limited Capacity: No
Reservations Required: No
Proof of Vaccination Required: No
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