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Art Of The Animals

Our Hen House releases a series of videos profiling prolific, thought-provoking vegan artists.

Recently, animal activist media group Our Hen House released a web series titled Art of the Animals profiling vegan artists and activists who are creating thought-provoking, cruelty-free art. The first installment features visual artist Jonathan Horowitz's "Go Vegan" exhibit currently showing in a former New York City slaughterhouse. The second installment documents the work of compassionate musician Joy Askew, who will be playing an acoustic set today with Chrissie Hynde at Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. Our Hen House Executive Director and VN contributing writer Jasmin Singer founded the non-profit to bring exposure to cruelty-free artistic expression, an issue that is close to her heart.

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