Thru November 19

    The latest exhibition and series of experiences at Yellow House explores the questions “What does it mean to be well?” and “What do we need to be safe, healthy, and whole?” Paintings, posters, political cartoons, and poetry of eight regional artists provide powerful glimpses into the reciprocal and interdependent relationship between self and community. The lived experiences of these artists—deeply informed by gender, ethnicity, race, place, illness, and disability—illuminate our collective condition. The words in this show and stories of those who created them invite viewers to consider the private, public, and political conditions that support or hinder our well-being. Collaborations with local farmers, Center for Arts in Medicine at UF, Mayo Clinic, and Amplifier are also lifted up. The artists, healers, and truthtellers in the “BE WELL” exhibition are Dimelza Broche, Barbara Colaciello, Keion Davis, April Fitzpatrick, Ed Hall, Sandra Murphy-Pak, Nina Yagual, and poet Ebony Payne-English.

Information and a calendar of programs at or follow on social media. Yellow House is open every Wednesday 12–7 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m.– 2 p.m. 577 King Street, (904) 419-9180.

Author: Arbus

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