When my grandmother passed away, I experienced first-hand what it feels like to have a complete stranger call a beloved heirloom both “worthless” and “nothing special”.
In their own words, these first-time curators share their stories.
It’s only May and the temperature’s rising. As much as kids like to play outside, as it gets hotter, they’re bound to be looking for something fun to do indoors.
Dirty painting? Broken porcelain vase? If your artwork needs a face lift and you don’t know where to begin, we’re here to help find resources.
Meet the artists behind our current exhibition, The Waiting Room: Lost and Found, and hear more about the project itself, and how a community of artists and art lovers collaborated to bring important issues in women’s health to the table for discussion.
Recently I’ve been on the hunt for something that confirms my belief that art is important. But I didn’t want anything too long, heavy or academic. And it had to fit in the book holder on my treadmill at the gym.