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She Helped Littlest Sandy Evacuees Find Quiet

by Staff | Nov 2, 2012 12:42 pm

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Posted to: Arts & Culture, Superstorm Sandy

It was a hectic time for families at the emergency shelter New Haven set up at Career High School during Superstorm Sandy this week. A local artist and Albertus Magnus associate prof, Evie Lindemann, made it a bit less hectic for the kids.

She received donated art supplies from Hull’s University Art Supply & Framing, then set up a “quiet room” to do art therapy with children from families who had to evacuate their homes.

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