Art student expresses Sandy Hook experience

Visitors can walk through the installation which the artists hopes will start a national gun violence conversation.

From The Keene Sentinel:

"But at closer inspection, there is something not quite right about the space. The posters on the walls don’t model cursive writing or mathematical equations — they explain how to stitch up a wound and hide behind a bulletproof backpack. Foam letters scattered on the floor spell out words such as “help” and “shoot,” and a bucket of rocks near the desks provides ammunition for a set of slingshots."

Watch the video above or click below to read the article: