Do You See It?
Students Create Works of Art to Illustrate Facets of Human Trafficking
Student artwork on display at the “Human Trafficking: Do You See It?” exhibit hosted by the Northeast Florida Human Trafficking Coalition.
Some artwork at the exhibit focuses on the positive potentials that can come from an extremely negative situation.
Student artist Corey Kreisel (right) high-fives Lori Armstrong, co-chair of the Northeast Florida Human Trafficking Coalition.
Leaning in to get a closer look at a sculpture in metal, Carrie Simpson takes in some of the student artwork at the exhibit.
Student artwork in a variety of styles depicts various facets of human trafficking.
Awards of distinction were presented to several students whose work caught the judges’ eyes. More importantly, the process of creating and showing their artwork gave students an opportunity to think about human trafficking and help raise awareness of its prevalence.