October 9 @ 6:00 pm - November 6 @ 6:00 pm
Yellow House continues to foster its mission to connect art and action in its upcoming exhibit SUFFRAGE. The exhibit will spark civic engagement as it builds understanding of the importance of an informed vote on the issues that will drive us to the midterm polls. It is a moment to transform suffering and rage into progress through the power of an engaged electorate.
SUFFRAGE will have its opening reception 6-9 p.m., Tuesday, October 9, one month prior to the November 6th midterm elections. The exhibition will be on view through November 10th. Yellow House is open every Wednesday from 11am-7pm and Saturdays from 11am – 2pm. There will also be two free gallery talks. On October 15th from 6-8pm Lisa Rinaman of the St. Johns Riverkeeper and climate change artists will lead a discussion about the latest environmental issues driving this election cycle. Cartoonist Ed Hall and Designer Karen Kurycki will share their work and the intersections of design and social activism on October 29 6-8pm.
The exhibition is co-curated by Hope McMath and Karen Kurycki, in collaboration with Amplifier and the St. Johns Riverkeeper.
Artists from the Northeast Florida region include:
Jen Arevalo | Tiffany Biziewski | Bianca Borghi | Katya Cajas | Danielle Clark | Rachel Cezares| Cassie Deogracia | Jamie Galley | Katy Garrison | Tess Guidi| Kristen Harlin | Caryl Butterley | Rain Hendo | Erin Kendrick | Karen Kurycki | Aysha Miskin + Hurley Winkler | Aerien Mull + Agnes Lopez | Beth Nabi | Brittany Norris | Melissa Pierce | Jasmine Platt | Kiara Sanchez | Ash Shepard | Alex Songcuan | Emily Spitler | Lauren Trump | Tina Veitch | Maria Watson | Caroline Zwicker…AND our one male artist, the brilliant political cartoonist Ed Hall
Artists from Amplifier’s “Power to the Polls” exhibit will include those highlighted on their website at https://amplifier.org/campaigns/power-to-the-polls/.