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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
(exception is Sept 18 11am-6pm)
Saturdays 11am-2pm

CURRENT EXHIBIT

Sept 8 – Nov 6 | HOME: The Stories of Arab Immigrant and Refugee Women, co-curated in partnership with Artugee.

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EVENTS / ACTIONS

MON October 28 | 6-8pm
Film and Talkback

SAT November 2 | 11am-2pm
Family Day

 

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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10.17.19

Yellow House

It was such a pleasure to host one of the Community Suppers supported by OneJax at Yellow House. Our good friend, co-curator of 'Home' and human rights activist Basma Alawee hosted the dinner with Hope McMath. The conversation was rich as we delved into issues of civic engagement, reaching across differences, and taking risk to speak truth. It was a beautifully diverse group of people with few who knew one another previously.

We inserted the content of the current exhibition into the conversation and experienced the gifts of our refugee and immigrant community through information, art and the FOOD. Big shout out to Alaa Alaa who prepared our meal, filled with Iraqi goodies. People refilled the plate several times.

This program falls right in line with our existing Breaking Bread program and brought in first-time visitors to Yellow House, soon to be part of our family as we committed to go beyond a single dinner.

Thanks to OneJax for breaking the mold and seeing the relevance of having one of your suppers in community. We are grateful!
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It was such a pleasure to host one of the Community Suppers supported by OneJax at Yellow House.  Our good friend, co-curator of Home and human rights activist Basma Alawee hosted the dinner with Hope McMath.  The conversation was rich as we delved into issues of civic engagement, reaching across differences, and taking risk to speak truth.  It was a beautifully diverse group of people with few who knew one another previously.  

We inserted the content of the current exhibition into the conversation and experienced the gifts of our refugee and immigrant community through information, art and the FOOD.  Big shout out to Alaa Alaa who prepared our meal, filled with Iraqi goodies.  People refilled the plate several times.  

This program falls right in line with our existing Breaking Bread program and brought in first-time visitors to Yellow House, soon to be part of our family as we committed to go beyond a single dinner.

Thanks to OneJax for breaking the mold and seeing the relevance of having one of your suppers in community.  We are grateful!

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