TEACHING AND LEARNING
Yellow House offers art classes, workshops, summer camp for teens, and writing classes that provide an exchange between learners of all ages and aspirations.
MAYO CLINIC – Lyndra P. Daniel Center for Humanities in Medicine
Hope McMath is a long-time partner as a guest lecturer, co-curator, and workshop facilitator for the Humanities in Medicine program at the renowned Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. During visits to the Yellow House space, experiences on the Mayo Clinic campus, and in community residents, physicians, nurses, staff and caregivers experience the power of art as a tool for building cultural competency, expressing empathy, and finding respite. In addition, the Director of the Humanities in Medicine program, Chrys Yates, is an advisor to Yellow House.
This special performing arts space, run by Yellow House friend and co-conspirator Barbara Colaciello, is a place for experimentation, training, and performance, a theater and storytelling space where the community comes together to witness work that uplifts, breaks barriers, and crosses lines. Most recently Yellow House and Babs’ Lab partnered on Be the Art Camp for Teens.