The Gallery at Old Stone

“Shooting without Bullets”

currently on displayshooting without bullets
Monday through Friday • 9am – 4pm
1380 Ontario Street, Cleveland

Shooting without Bullets is a revolutionary youth advocacy and fine arts education program that focuses on identity development in black teens in Cleveland through expressive arts healing, photography, and open-dialogue. The program assists Cleveland youth to process complex social problems experienced by them, including police encounters, and provides an expressive platform for them to inform and impact criminal and juvenile justice related reform.” Amanda King, project coordinator.

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The Gallery at Old Stone is located in the Old Stone Church on Public Square and can be accessed through the side entrance at 1380 Ontario Street. Click here for directions to Old Stone Church.