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SPPRAK & Arts Illiana Teaming Up for Special Exhibit

Arts Illiana asked artists "what does kindness look like?" and now, those pieces of art are on display all month long. There's a special reception on Friday from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. All are invited.
It may look pretty bleak outside, but one Terre Haute group is on a mission to make us all feel a little better.

SPPRAK -- or Special People Performing Random Acts of Kindness -- is supporting a Community Kindness Month. http://spprak.webs.com/

Activities are planned all February long to help promote paying it forward around the Wabash Valley.

It's starting with an exhibit at Ats Illiana, called "What Does Kindness Look Like?"

It features different pieces from local artists.

"I feel like that's a very, very important aspect of being a community, is kindness and generosity. And I felt like giving that opportunity to artists to create something but also pulling that into the organization and helping bridge that gap of community and generosity and helpfulness," said Trevor Bridgewater, project coordinator & creative director at Arts Illiana.

The Kindness Exhibit opens Friday, with a reception from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Arts Illiana is at 23 North 6th Street in Terre Haute.

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