The Leslie Powell Art Gallery will add a fourth exhibit to its lineup this weekend.
Central Middle School students in Moises Christian's art and character education classes have created bones to participate in the One Million Bones campaign.
"The bones represent all the humans who have died as a result of intolerance, that we are the same and that we have a responsibility to act," Christian said.
This spring the bones will be shipped to Washington, D.C., and displayed on the National Mall along with bones from students across the county.
"As a social arts practice, we used education and hands-on art making to provide age- and audience-appropriate discussion of genocide," Christian said. "Since March of 2010, students and teachers, artists and activists, senior citizens and the general public have been participating in One Million Bones workshops across the country."