As part of my art series “Cool kids” (instadentity) show at The Rouge Gallery, January 2017, I painted icon and activist Lady Gaga, she is an activist for many causes, one being sexual violence. In support and to raise awareness of victims and survivors in our community and surrounding area I will be donating 100% of the proceeds of my Lady Gaga Prints on paper to The Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information Centre. Please help this cause by commenting or sharing.
The Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information Centre’s role in our community is to provide violence awareness, education, support and crisis intervention services. They work closely with community organizations to deliver the best possible services in a responsive, flexible and professional manner. They foster change within our community by creating sensitivity, knowledge and skills to respond to the needs of the children, youth, adults and families coping with the trauma of sexual abuse, sexual assault, family violence and bullying.
The Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information Centre provides crisis intervention and counselling services both at the Centre and via outreach support. Education and awareness is provided through group programs, presentations, workshops/trainings, fundraisers and events. Services also include the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) supporting survivors of sexual violence at the Hospital or the RCMP Detachment as well as court preparation and accompaniment.
You can find The Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information Centre Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information Centre on online or on facebook:
“This cause is close to my heart. I believe it is integral in our community that there is somewhere to feel supported. In doing so, I hope and trust that this small donation can make a difference in either raising awareness or support in our community.”
Prints are available on quality press print on fine art paper. 11x14" for $50.00
In light of recent events I have decided to post a few of our day-to-day activities to inspire a few others who are not used to having the little ones at home. I was initially freaking out, until I realized today that I have been actually doing pretty much this for 5 years plus. I am just upping the fun (so we can think about anything else in this terrible time for the world) and get off of our devices (which is adding to the anxiety). The boys are having such a blast, I'm loving reading everyones ideas, and am genuinely looking forward to experience more with my kids! MY AIM is for them not to remember that we got hit by a virus, but to remember it as: that time we were home with our MOM with no school and it was the BEST STAYCATION EVER! LOVE to everyone!