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Special Events at The Center for Eating Disorders


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March 2, 2019

13th Annual Love Your Tree Awards Ceremony & Reception

A Celebration of Art & Positive Body Image

Four diverse bodies in the form of trees smiling Each year during National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, the Love Your Tree Poster Campaign culminates with a wonderful exhibit of student artwork that celebrates the diversity of beauty and empowers viewers to embrace and appreciate all bodies.  The posters displayed represent many months of LYT student workshops, an exploration of cultural beauty ideals, the development of media literacy skills and a creative expression that is unique to each student. At this special event, participating student and educators will be honored for their empowering work to help introduce media literacy and positive body image concepts into their schools 

Saturday, March 2, 2019
2:00 - 4:00 PM

2:00 PM - EXHIBIT VIEWING & Artist Check-In
(light refreshments will be served)

The Conference Center at Sheppard Pratt
6501 North Charles Street

Towson, MD 21204

REGISTRATION: Attendance is FREE but space is limited and priority seating is given to participating students and their families. 

Participants can RSVP by emailing bgarrold@sheppardpratt.orgBe sure to include your name, school, and number of guests.

After installation, the LYT Exhibit will available for community viewing during normal business hours at The Conference Center at Sheppard Pratt. Call (410) 938-3900 for times/schedules.

Artwork (above): 2018 Official LYT Poster 
Artist: Crystal W., Perry Hall High School 

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