Lost Boys of Sudan Exhibition at Tinney Contemporary 

Lost and Found

Lost and Found
In a decade that has included 9/11, Katrina, Afghanistan, Iraq and a difficult American coming-of-age, we Nashvillians are lucky to have a local community that has provided a moving example of bravery in the face of fear and hope in the absence of human kindness. The Lost Boys of Sudan have inspired our city with the story of their struggle and the unique creative contribution they have made through The Lost Boys Foundation. This exhibit will feature the Boys' masks, sculpture, paintings and ceramics, and a portion of all sales will go to support The Lost Boys Foundation.
Tuesdays-Saturdays. Starts: Dec. 6. Continues through Dec. 27, 2008

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