Forgiveness Lincoln: F-word Exhibition

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Date: Apr 26 - May 16
Venue: Gateway Mall
Location: 6100 O Street
Time: 10am-9pm Mon.-Sat., 12-6pm Sun.

Eighteen personal narratives from around the world displayed on 6' banners. Each banner tells the story of someone who has chosen to forgive in the face of atrocities, tragic loss or blind hate; and found a path out of hatred, violence and victimization. "This is real art. About humanity. A triumph of meaning." - U.S. exhibit visitor A private area for group conversations following an experience at the exhibition is available. Contact Becky Sidles, Gateway Marketing Director, at 402-464-3197 or to reserve. Lincoln Public School student art expressing aspects of forgiveness through media will be on display adjacent to the exhibit. A special thank you to our partner sponsors for helping to bring this exhibit to Lincoln: Faith Coalition of Lancaster County, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln Peacemakers, Humanities Nebraska and other generous donors. This program is funded in part by Humanities Nebraska and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.