ANNOUNCEMENT: We are still thinking about and working on behalf of those impacted by Hurricane Irma. We also believe in the power of art to provide solace, insight, and inspiration. It is the final two weeks of the Small Matters exhibition and you don’t want to miss out! Our open hours for the rest of this month are a bit unusual as we continue to work directly in our communities of need. Come and visit during the times listed on our events page …
We are also collecting funds and food for households in greatest need so if you have anything to spare bring it with you during your visit. Yellow House proceeds from all art sales will go to families most impacted by the storm. So buy some art and make a difference.
If you’d like to make a contribution to disaster relief underway at Yellow House visit our support page …
“Artists are the gatekeepers of truth. We are civilization’s radical voice.” — Paul Robeson
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