NorthPark Center wants to wipe out kids’ cancer with this portrait exhibit

WOKC Warrior Portrait Exhibition

Wipe Out Kids’ Cancer has a portrait exhibition at NorthPark Center this month through November 21.

This exhibit, aptly titled “When I Grow Up” Warrior Portrait Exhibit, features 25 childhood cancer patients dressed as their dream careers when they grow up.

Of the 25 portrait stories in the series, 20 are accompanied by portraits and the remaining five are stories only.

Wipe Out Kids’ Cancer is a non-profit organization founded 40 years ago by Cindy Brinker Simmons and currently chaired by Karee Sampson. The organization has funded pediatric cancer research projects, supportive care programs for children with cancer, supports the families of the patents, and built the playroom on the oncology floor of Children’s Medical Center Dallas.

The portrait exhibition is on level one between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom.

NorthPark is located at 8687 N Central Expy.

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Raven is a digital editor and writer for the Advocate.

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