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Tattoo Stories Beyond the Ink – October 10

Man covered in tattoos with a hand in front of his rights eye. Text reads Tattoo Stories Beyond the ink. Details of event in the text.

Come join us for our 4th Annual Tattoo Stories Exhibit. An exhibit to remember. Thought Provoking. Emotion inducing.

About this Event – Tickets

Date And Time

Thu, 10 October 2019 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT


Artscape Sandbox, 301 Adelaide Street West

About Tattoo Stories:

Tattoo Stories is an innovative way to address the way we look at mental health and wellness. Through photography & storytelling, Tattoo Stories takes a noninvasive approach to ignite conversation about mental health and wellness.

The exhibit, held during Mental Illness Awareness Week, challenges societal stigma by using tattoos and the narratives associated with it, to increase empathy and validate the human experience

Included in Ticket Price for Exhibit:

– Access to Photo Exhibit

– First 50 people to attend exhibit will receive a gift bag

– Access to hear Keynote Speakers, Jordana Goldlist and Akil Augustine

– Hors d’oeuvres

– Music played by DJ Lissa Monet

– Alcohol served at the bar (ID required)

– Exclusive Tattoo Stories Self- Care Kit & Tattoo Directory

– Stress Management booth

****Underground paid parking available***


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