Connecting Art and Community to Build Understanding, Inspire Empathy, and Spark Civic Engagement
Yellow House is fully committed to giving space to artists, poets, and activists who speak truth to power, with the hope that we can be part of the change. We are grateful to all who have engaged with us, especially when it is hard, messy, and unpopular. The artists captured in this brief video are just a few of the powerful examples of members of our creative family shining a bright light
The Powerful Designs of Keion Tremael DavisYellowHouse
It is an honor to exhibit the work of Keion Tremael Davis as part of the BE WELL exhibition. Their gifts as an artist and communicator amplify the connections between ...
The ‘Strange and Luscious Worlds’ of Dimelza Broche by Hope McMathYellowHouse
It is an honor to exhibit the work of Dimelza Broche as part of the BE WELL exhibition, which just opened at Yellow House. Broche is a Jacksonville-based Cuban-born artist, ...
A Reflection on the Passing of the Emmett Till Anti Lynching BillYellowHouse
By Hope McMath It took 122 years for our nation to proclaim lynching a federal hate crime. Yesterday, March 29, 2022, President Joe Biden signed into law the Emmett Till ...
“Artists are the gatekeepers of truth. We are civilization’s radical voice.”
— Paul Robeson
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