BANGOR- A lot of people are focused on love with Valentines Day coming up this week.
On Tuesday night, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee at Husson University unveiled an art exhibit.
The exhibition is called the love better exhibition.
It uses generic valentines day gifts to explain toxic relationships behaviors.
It’s in collaboration with the One Love Foundation, which was created in memory of Yeardley Love.
She was a senior at the University of Virginia when she was killed by her ex-boyfriend.
“We want to start the conversation about this normalization. We want to give people the language to talk about it. We really want to empower people,” said Hanna Hembrow, the president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. “This is supposed to trigger an emotional response in some people and we really hope it does spark a change.”
The exhibition is open to the public in the Robert E. White Gallery on campus until February 28th.
You can stop by between 8:30 and 4:30, Monday through Friday, to check it out.