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Left to right, Jill Hinners, volunteer coordinator for the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse (CASDA) and Katie Hill, an intern and human services student with the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, unveil a mixed-media painting created by survivors of violence. About a dozen shelter residents of all ages worked together with Hill and art therapist Ineke Grounds to make the piece. (Maria Lockwood)

Art offers hope, healing

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Art is more than something you view — it is a process you go through.

Katie Hill and her co-facilitator Ineke Grounds spent more than a month leading survivors of violence as they expressed themselves through paint and canvas.
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