HREI is hosting several summer camps this year. Student art and projects will have a multicultural and human rights theme and will be displayed throughout the summer months.
These pieces represent the seven deadly social sins as explained by Arun Gandhi of Mohandas Gandhi. Seven different art pieces with seven different local artists behind them—one for each social sin. This will be the last summer to view this exhibit, as it will be traveling the nation in 2020.
The Seven Deadly Social Sins, explained by Arun Gandi of Mohandes Gandi
Ghandi’s Social Sins (title piece) by Donna Bain
1. Knowledge without Character by Austin Stiegemeier
2. Science without Humanity by Marci Wing (6th/7th Grade classroom at Canfield Middle School 2011)
3. Wealth without Work by Harold Balazs (no longer displayed)
4. Pleasure without Conscience by Mary Dee Dodge
5. Commerce without Morality by Allen Dodge
6. Worship without Sacrifice by Joan Smith
7. Politics without Principle by Barb Mueller
8. Rights without Responsibility by Rhea Giffin
We would like to invite the North Idaho community to the 4th Annual Diversity Symposium at North Idaho College on Tuesday, April 16