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ANNOUNCEMENT:  We are collecting funds and food for households in greatest need as they recover from Hurricane Irma. 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 …

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HOURS THIS MONTH

Wednesdays | 11am-7pm
Saturdays | 11am-2pm

CURRENT EXHIBIT

May 3 - July 20 | a simple show
Artwork and poetry that draw on contentment, comfort, nostalgia, self-preservation, and the need to connect to one another and the world around us... in seemingly simple ways.

EVENTS / ACTIONS

FRI July 12 | 7:00-9pm
Lights for Liberty:A Vigil to End Human Detention Camps
Be a part of a national event that will bring thousands of Americans to detention camps across the country, into the streets and into their own front yards, to protest the inhumane conditions faced by refugees. The local event will be held at Friendship Fountain and Yellow House will be present for poster making and as participants in the action.. More information here

July 15-26
Be The Art Camp
A two-week camp for middle and high school students in partnership with Bab’s Lab.  SOLD OUT!

WED July 26 | 11-7pm
FINAL day for a simple show

CONVERSATIONS

HOPE McMATH

Hope McMath combines her passion for the arts with her commitment to social justice. Yellow House is a place where art + action creates change. It is more than a physical space; it is a hub for educational outreach and collaborations among artists, writers, organizations, and communities.

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“Artists are the gatekeepers of truth. We are civilization’s radical voice.” — Paul Robeson

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Yellow House is with Kirsten Williams and Hope McMath.

Today is the LAST DAY to see ‘a simple show’! Come and see us today from 11am-2pm.

The artistic expressions in ‘a simple show’ provide glimpses into the power of simple pleasures, the importance of the pause, and the potential found in the mundane acts, objects, and places of daily life… human touch, sunlight, a favorite food, bubbles, hands in the dirt, smell of crayons, laughter, the right poem at the right time, awareness of one’s breath. There is also a recognition that there is a certain privilege in having the time, emotional space, and safety to reflect on such things. There is recognition that beauty and suffering are intertwined. Yet, each painting, photograph, drawing, and poem serves as an offering, gentle reminders that survival can be found in the small and that we have a radical right to joy.

And except for those works already spoken for, these artful treasures are for sale.
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