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Where Sidewalks End art show in Warren is a call to action

The exhibition runs through Dec. 27 at Trumbull Art Gallery.
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"Republic Steel Riverwater" by Rachel E. Hathhorn is one of the photographs in the Where Sidewalks End exhibition.

WARREN — Where Sidewalks End isn’t an ordinary art show; it’s a call to action.

The exhibition, which opens from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 16) and runs through Dec. 27 at Trumbull Art Gallery, 158 N. Park Ave., Warren, explores how neighborhoods and communities can become disconnected because of forgotten, neglected or ignored investments in people-centered infrastructure.

Where Sidewalks End highlights challenges and solutions to people-centered infrastructure and safety in the region with a focus on reconnecting people to each other and to resources to reinvigorate neighborhoods and lay the groundwork for creating safer, healthier and more walkable communities.

Public submissions of photographs and stories will be displayed with attributions in each of the Where Sidewalks End exhibitions throughout the region and in educational materials.

For information, click here.
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