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Although we are closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are creating online exhibitions, engaging in street activism, and are still supporting the Ken Knight Drive community and members of the refugee community through food distribution in partnership with a beautiful collaboration of local farmers.  We are eager to stay connected.  Follow our Facebook and Instagram pages or sign up for our e-newsletter.  Be well, do well, care for your neighbors, mask up, and wash your damn hands!

 

HOURS THIS MONTH

Yellow House’s space is currently closed.  Follow us on social media as we bring content online.

VIRTUAL EXHIBITS

Still Not About a Hot Dog and a Coke
Sit In, Stand Up: A Poster Collection
Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood

EVENTS / ACTIONS

We are taking events online and still standing in solidarity with the communities we serve through direct action.  We hope you can join us in the very near future.

 

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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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11.17.20

Yellow House

Yes, today's House Call is delivered by a physician! Dr. Robert Shannon, Emeritus Faculty at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville and a friend of Yellow House, reads "Kindness" by by Naomi Shihab Nye. This poem and Dr. Shannon's loving embrace of it reminds us of the light and shadow that marks our existence and the power to be grateful even during the most challenging moments.

This House Call conjures up for us the many moments we have shared with Dr. Shannon when we partner on workshops that bring Humanities in Medicine to residents, physicians, nurses, and other caregivers. He has created a beautiful tradition of opening and closing every workshop with poems relevant to our learning themes We might not be sharing physical space together during this time of pandemic, but our work continues and for that we are grateful. We hope this brief, but powerful reading touches you on this morning.
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