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National Crimes Victims’ Rights Week: Trauma Informed Expressive Art

April 21 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm MDT

2021 National Crime Victims Rights Week Expressive Art

Wednesday, April 21st- 2021 NCVRW Healing through Art: Trauma Informed Expressive Art-  Join us as we collaborate with the Strength through Struggle and the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art to provide trauma informed expressive art: Picture of then and now – No words necessary. *this event will be in person and limited capacity will be allowed- NO WALK INS* 6:30PM-8:30PM

You can sign up for events links and supplies (limited quantities) at: https://forms.gle/mTQmUxWZJnaAFrYi6

2021 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week on April 18-24, 2021. This year’s theme– “Support Victims. Build Trust. Engage Communities” – recognizes the strong foundation upon which the field of crime victim assistance is built, and focuses today and in the future to provide all survivors with help, hope and healing.

The goal of NCVRW is to annually publicize and promote the needs, issues and concerns of crime victims and survivors; the many services available to support them in the aftermath of crime; and the challenges that remain to promote individual and community safety across our Nation.


2021 National Crime Victims Rights Week Events:


April 18-24th

  • “Shine the Light on Victims of Crime”Joins us by placing a blue light and lawn signs/poster on your porch or window starting April 18-24th to show support and hope for victims of crime in the community.  #NCVRW2021UTAH
  • “We Stand for Victims Rights”-  Create a short video with an uplifting message of hope for victims of all crimes to remind them that they are not alone.  If you are not wanting to do a video, you can still participate by taking a picture holding a sign stating: ” I Stand for Victims Rights”.  #NCVRW2021UTAH ]
    •     Example message:  “We stand with all our neighbors, friends, and colleagues whose lives have been forever altered by crime to raise awareness of victims’ rights”
  • “Paint One Blue Nail to Stand for Victims’ Rights”- It is a simple and fun way to support by painting your ring fingernail Blue to show your support as we all stand for victim’s rights – Seek Justice | Ensure Victims’ Rights | Inspire Hope.  You will be able to share your video and /or picture, along with a message if you choose to do so to inspire Hope for Victims of All Crimes. #1NailBlue  #NCVRW2021UTAH


April 21
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm MDT
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Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
20 S. West Temple
Salt Lake City, 84101
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(801) 328-4201
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Hilde Koenig


Age restrictions:
Estimated attendance:
Over 50
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