“Each one of us is responsible for the whole of humankind. We need to think of each other really as brothers and sisters and to be concerned with each other’s welfare...., we need to do something meaningful, something directed seriously, towards the welfare of humanity as a whole.”    – Dalai Lama

I am an activist artist.  My work is purposeful, has a point of view, and has an objective.  It is intentional and direct.  The fact is that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men will experience some form of intimate partner violence in their lifetime. And 1 in 15 children are exposed to intimate partner violence each year. I want the viewer to come away with a head full of thoughts about a particular social issue.  And that perhaps s/he/they might know someone to reach out to or can get help themselves!  I want to provide resources, links, helplines, a hand, an ear.  Artists are catalysts and agents for change.  But we can’t do it alone. I need your help to talk about and share my work. If you are inspired to support this effort, please reach out to me at art@angelafremont.com.
You may not know that you know a survivor, but it’s highly likely that you do.  Survivors of trauma are close to you.  They are people you love & you may not know.  Many decide where their story is safe with someone by how they respond to other survivors. Don’t push them away.     – Alexandria Ocasia-Cortez

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)