The Bossier Arts Council is proud to present Outlier by Mollie Corbett. Her work will be on display at the East Bank Gallery inside the Bossier Arts Council from April 1 to May 30. This is the kickoff to Sexual Awareness Month. Admission is free.
The opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 11 from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. at the Bossier Arts Council located at 630 Barksdale Boulevard, Bossier City, LA 71111.
"When someone abuses your body, you can never escape the scene of the crime. You will always carry the place where it happened, because you are the victim and the crime scene all at once," said Rabbi Wolpe.
A lifelong creative in pursuit of passionate living, Mollie is an entrepreneur, business owner, commercial photographer, wife of 15 years to Charlie, mother of 12 years to Jackson, and an advocate for survivors, like herself, of childhood sexual assault and beyond. Mollie strives to use her platform as an artist and community leader to be a voice for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence which, all too often, go hand in hand.
Her most recent fine art photography exhibit, Outlier, is a multi-sensory fine art photography exhibit featuring the personal stories of sexual assault survivors to raise awareness, dispel stigma, foster justice, and bring the subject of sexual assault out into open discussion. Outlier is now in the planning stages for a major documentary film series and travelling art event that will encounter and engage outliers of the major cities of the United States. Having lived the progression from painful sorrow to grateful joy, Mollie feels most alive when she is living for others as an advocate toward recovery.
For more information about the artwork, how to become a sponsor, or other Bossier Arts Council events, please visit www.bossierarts.org or call 318-741-8310.