All are invited to attend the unveiling of “Positive Space” a sculpture honoring AIM Center Co-Founder Bonnie Currey-Stamps this Saturday at 11 a.m. at the AIM Center, Inc. at 472 West Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. in Chattanooga. All festivities will be moved indoors due to inclement weather.
"Guests will be able to take a first look at the public art installation that stands as a symbol of hope, bravery, compassion, positivity and change for those in our community experiencing mental illness," officials said.
Guests are encouraged to RSVP at 423-521-0105 or by emailing email@example.com.
President & CEO, Anna Protano-Biggs, said, “This is an extraordinary piece of public art, that took many hours of love and sweat by our members and partners working side by side to assemble. Its colorful design reminds us that mental health comes in many guises, and can be a story of hope, not despair. Sadly, mental health problems are often confined to hushed conversations in quiet corners, so we are excited to present this project which proudly brings it into the light.”