and someone gets lost along the way
SUN Oct 1 | 2pm-5pm
YELLOW HOUSE HOURS
TUE Oct 3 | 2-8pm
WED Oct 11 | 2-8pm
THU Oct 12 | 10am-8pm
THU Oct 26 | 10am-8pm
SAT Oct 28 | 10am-2pm
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and Yellow House, in partnership with Babs’ Lab and CoRK Arts District, presents and someone gets lost along the way – featuring artist created work inspired by the poetic text from CHALK, a play written by nationally known poet and radio host Al Letson that illustrates the cycle of aggression; how it trickles down from the world at large, to a small community and its children. Chalk reveals the inner voices of kids who are trapped in a society where bullying is tolerated in schools and on social media.
Mateo Applecrumbs • Matthew Bennett • Christina Boykin • Mark Creegan • Overstreet Ducasses • William Edison • Crystal Floyd • Liz Gibson • Margete Griffin • Lori Guadagno • Marsha Hatcher • Dustin Harewood • Malcolm Jackson • Mal Jones • Karen Kurycki • Tiffany Manning • Deborah Reid • Anne Roberts • Jefree Shalev • Sharla Valeski • Roosevelt Watson, III • Tony Wood
Marketing artwork is adapted from Sharla Valeski’s “untitled” embroidery on fabric 24″x34″
This exhibit will be one component of an outreach program orchestrated by Barbara Colaciello to bring awareness to bullying through community engagement with the arts. During the month of October patrons can view the exhibit and experience theatrical pieces written by Letson performed at Babs’ Lab.