We regret that we will be postponing our programs and closing the Yellow House space for the next three weeks. Because community care, generosity, and radical love live at the heart of our work, we believe the most important work we can do right now is to play a positive role in the health of the those we serve.
We are working on creative ways to make the content of the current exhibition accessible on this and other online platforms.
And as long as we remain healthy, we will be ready to step in to support our most vulnerable residents in whatever ways we are able. We are communicating with neighborhood leaders we work with to understand people’s fears and needs.
Again, we are sorry to not be open for you, but we will still be working behind the scenes to bring artful action, hope, truthtelling, and beauty outside of our walls to YOU. Be well, friends!
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