LEWISTON — An art exhibit called “A Community Responds to Crisis” about the first responders to the Lewiston arsons in the spring of 2013 is on display at the Center for Wisdom’s Women at 97 Blake St. The exhibit is a collection of 16 posters each with written text and a photograph.

“My goal is to offer to the people most affected by the fires, a way to reflect on the outcomes of the traumatic events that occurred just under a year ago,” said Cameron Griffin, a Bates College student who worked on the project. The narratives tell a wonderful story about positive responses to the tragedies.

The public is invited to view the exhibit when the Center is open, weekdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. except Friday until noon. For more information, visit www.wisdomswomen.org or call 207-513-3922.


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