No Shame No Silence
Lemonface Design along with a group of passionate individuals with a diverse skill base made this family art exhibition a reality in Horowhenua in November 2018. The work received publicity in print and TV. The exhibition focused on raising awareness, cultivating conversation and stimulating change around the issues of domestic violence and the treatment of survivors within the New Zealand Family Court system.
The 6 week long exhibition finished with a trip to Parliament to deliver an artwork 'Untitled Woman and her Children' along with a petition from members of the Backbone Collective asking for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Family Court system. The exhibition raised over $5,000 for the Backbone Collective and Women's Refuge.
Lemonface Design also put original artwork into this exhibition. You can find out more at www.noshamenosilence.co.nz
You can also read more about this study in our No Shame No Silence case study.