The Bodice Project: Sculptural Exhibit

The Bodice Project: Sculptural Exhibit

West Virginia University Health Sciences Center and the Bodice Project invite you to join us February 20 - 22 in the Erickson Alumni Center Nutting Gallery for the Bodice Project Sculptural Exhibit.

The Bodice Project is a sculptural exhibition that promotes emotional healing for women and men facing the challenge of breast cancer, and life after treatment. 

The exhibit will be open to the public February 20 - 22 from 9 AM to 5 PM.

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