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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.  But our outside art engagement The Community Tree:  A Place of Grief and Hope is available during daylight hours.

COMMUNITY PROJECT

THE COMMUNITY TREE: A Place of Grief and Hope

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

CONVERSATIONS

A Reflection on 2020

We hope you enjoy this brief video that captures some of the images, message, intentions, and impact that drove our work in 2020.  Thank you for standing strong with us ...

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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04.20.21
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Today's guilty verdict in the Chauvin trial is not justice, but it is accountability. Justice would be George Floyd, and thousands - millions - of others, still being alive. But it is a step on the path to consistent justice. And we still hope, because without hope - radical hope based in action - we can lack the motivation to move forward. And move forward we must.

Take care of your heart as we take a breath, continue to mourn, and rest - so that we can continue to resist.

Quote by the brilliant Alice Walker.

#hopeandjustice #alicewalker #blacklivesmatter
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Todays guilty verdict in the Chauvin trial is not justice, but it is accountability.  Justice would be George Floyd, and thousands - millions - of others, still being alive.  But it is a step on the path to consistent justice.  And we still hope, because without hope - radical hope based in action - we can lack the motivation to move forward.  And move forward we must. 

Take care of your heart as we take a breath, continue to mourn, and rest - so that we can continue to resist. 

Quote by the brilliant Alice Walker.

#hopeandjustice #alicewalker #blacklivesmatter

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