Tibetan monk exhibit at The Paine, students working for justice featured on Eye on Oshkosh


During the first segment in this episode of Eye on Oshkosh, Cheryl Hentz talks with Interfaith Coordinator Rev. Tom Willadsen and Christine Melms-Simon, special projects coordinator at The Paine Art Center and Gardens about the upcoming Tibetan exhibit at The Paine. It runs from March 17-24, 2019 and features portraits from documentary filmmaker and photographer Phil Borges, as well as beautiful artwork with sand that Tibetan monks will make during the week, then release back to nature at the end of the exhibit. It is a beautiful exhibit that you will not want to miss. In all, the event includes educational programs, a community art project and a performance at The Grand on March 23.

In the second segment, Hentz talks with three members of a group known as Youth to Youth (or Y2Y) Advocates for Justice. This is a youth-centered leadership program that advocates for social and racial justice, and the prevention of violence in all of its forms. You can see the show in its entirety here or by clicking on the following link: https://youtu.be/C1xWK81edtE.


About Author

Cheryl Hentz

Cheryl Hentz is a Wisconsin-based freelance writer with 30 years experience. Her articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines - both in Wisconsin and elsewhere in the country - and cover a wide range of topics, including business and economic development, women's and minority issues, family pets and animal rights, finance, education, government and politics. Cheryl also does corporate writing for public and private sector businesses, and personal writing for individuals. She has been producing and hosting the award-winning Eye on Oshkosh talk-show since 2002. The show covers a wide range of people and topics which affect or are of interest to people in the Oshkosh and surrounding area, as well as to viewers on You Tube (visit the Eye on Oshkosh channel). She can be reached at 920.426.4123 or 920.209.7387, or via email at eyeonoshkosh@gmail.com. More information and other samples of her written work can be found at www.cherylhentz.blogspot.com.

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