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Here’s your chance to sign an 800-pound opioid spoon sculpture tonight at SteelStacks

Domenic Esposito, founder of The Opioid Spoon Project, will bring his signature 800-pound metal opioid spoon sculpture to SteelStacks in Bethlehem from 5-8 p.m. tonight. The event allows people to view and sign the spoon and hear remarks from Esposito and special guests.The sculpture is used a form of protest, with the tour, created by Esposito, a Boston-based artist and activist, as a way of “giving back” to the opioid stricken community. The tour began May 11 in Massachusetts. The tour has included spoon displays in Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, New York, New Jersey, Maryland and Massachusetts. It will stop in Bethlehem tonight on its way to Philadelphia on Saturday, the final stop on the tour.Esposito garnered national attention for his massive spoon sculptures created to look like a burnt opioid spoon. He placed them at the doorsteps of the companies he deems responsible for the opioid crisis, including Purdue Pharma, Rhodes Pharma and the FDA.“The tour has offered me the amazing opportunity to work alongside the many organizations that fight the battle against the opioid epidemic, and I am grateful to Speak Up For Ben, Inc. and their efforts to enable me to display the opioid spoon sculpture for the signing event,” Esposito said in a news release.For information about The Opioid Spoon Project:
Source: Morningcall

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