Do not tell me more: new exhibition of Sala Cable Al Arte portrays gender violence in the language

May 6, 2019
Communications Colunga Foundation

The organization World Vision Chile, dedicated to transforming the lives of children in vulnerable contexts, launched the book in 2018 "Do not tell me more", A text that collects popular phrases that encompass different situations of gender violence.

The phrases, portrayed by 13 national illustrators and illustrators (Fernanda Frick, Catalina Bu, Catalina Cartagena, Holly Jolley, Alfredo Cáceres, among others), will be exhibited in Sala Cable al Arte, artistic space of the Colunga Foundation and Urban art.

The exhibition seeks to raise awareness about the damage that misuse of language can cause, which in these cases reinforces gender gaps. We are waiting for you at the opening on Wednesday, May 8, at 1:30 p.m. at Av. Bustamante 26, Providencia.

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