Stephanie Corne, a New York-based artist and our active supporter, is inviting vitiligans to take part in the art project on February 16th from 2 pm to 6 pm.
She is looking for individuals with vitiligo, pigmentation, scar or burns as well as anyone without any skin blemishes who are interested in expressing how they feel to come and have a free portrait taken. This is a part of the art-series from the last year, and hopefully a candidate art-project for the Vienna Art Fair sponsored by Mr. Dmitry Aksenov.
For details, please contact Stephanie
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