||Young Artists Get to the Heart of Afflictions Facing Peers
Kid’s HeART Exhibit at American Tobacco Raises Awareness of Congenital Heart Defects
For 36,000 sets of parents each year, the arrival of a baby is met with both joy and fear after they discover their child has a congenital heart defect. To raise awareness for these serious afflictions facing more than 1 million Americans, the American Heart Association is bringing the “Kid’s HeART” exhibit to American Tobacco Campus Jan. 4 through Jan. 11.
Children across the Triangle were tasked to draw their vision of a healthy heart, and the response. Over 360 local children submitted pieces, with 6 winners being selected to be featured in the exhibit.
The exhibit is sponsored by American Airlines and Williams Mullen Law Firm.
“Kid’s HeART,” an exhibit of six works of art by Triangle children depicting their vision of a healthy heart
The Strickland Lobby at the American Tobacco Campus (near Cuban Revolution restaurant)
January 4 – January 11
(Open Mon – Sun, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)
After January 11th the exhibit will be moved to Diamond View I in the Suntrust Lobby for display until January 20th.
Thanks to American Tobacco for this capcom story & graphic.