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Light the Darkness Art Installation

Thursday, March 7th

Join us at Edmonton’s Kingsway Mall for “Light The Darkness,” a compelling interactive art installation and fundraiser in support of WIN House. Launching to coincide with International Women’s Day, this event runs from March 7th to March 29th, offering a unique blend of artistic expression and social advocacy.
Crafted by the celebrated local artist, Tessa Stamp, “Light The Darkness” is not merely an art exhibit but a powerful statement of solidarity and hope amidst the escalating issue of gender-based violence. The installation’s centerpiece, a 12’ tall model of a home façade, intricately details each room to narrate the poignant, real-life experiences of survivors.

This event transcends traditional art displays, inviting interaction from visitors through a Tip Tap station. With each donation, lights illuminate within the model home’s rooms, serving as a beacon of hope and tangible support for those affected by gender-based violence. Experience the power of art in igniting change, shedding light on dark realities, and contributing to a vital cause. “Light The Darkness” awaits your presence, your empathy, and your support.


Thursday, March 7th
10:00 am - 8:00 pm
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109 Street & Kingsway Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5G 3A6 Canada
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