Art Exhibit Set to Bring Awareness to Growing Homeless Pop. in York Co.


ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – More than 300  families a month ask for assistance to help keep a roof over their head in York County, that’s according to Carolina Community Actions.

Later this week community members will be able to get a glimpse of what those families and individuals who are homeless are going through by taking part in a unique art exhibit put on by Pathways Community Center.

Organizers say through this exhibit you will experience the realities of homelessness through immersive storytelling and data sharing.

The exhibit is called Humanizing Homelessness: The Immersive Social Art Exhibit and will take place May 12th through May 19th.

The event is free and will be at the Lowenstein building in Rock Hill from 9 AM until 7 PM.

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