November 6 – November 29
How do we make our communities more healing places? What ails us now? Who are we as a community, and how do we find a place of love? These are the driving questions behind an exploration of Hamilton/Lauraville, a community that—as with every neighborhood across the country—has members falling at every spot on the spectrum of behavioral wellness.
This event is part of the New Day Campaign. www.newdaycampaign.org.
The New Day Campaign is a 2015 initiative using art to challenge stigma and associated with mental illness and addiction, making the world a more healing place. The New Day Campaign culminates with public programming and outreach during the last quarter of 2015 (October 1- December 31) that will open hearts, change thinking and conversations, and offer pathways to action. Baltimore artist Peter Bruun is the founder and leader of the initiative; Peter’s daughter, Elisif Janis Bruun, who died of a heroin overdose on February 11, 2014, is the inspiring and guiding spirit behind the New Day Campaign.
Hamilton Gallery welcomes all guests and neighbors to join us in enjoying our neighborhood and our city.
Also exhibiting this month Hamilton Gallery artist members:
Jude Asher, Ron Cohn, Salvadore Delvisco, Ned Epps, Marcus Dagold, Amy Klainer, Ania Milo, Charles Mens, Bob Paulding, Lynn Poshepny, Angela Raincatcher, Theresa Reuter, Cara Sue Richard, Daniel Sherman, Peter Smith, Valerie Smith, Grace Sweeney, Bridget Z. Sullivan, Richard Sullivan, Maxine Taylor, Alex Vanicky & Richard Gordon Zyne.
5502 Harford Road
Friday 4-8pm, Saturday noon-8pm, Sunday 11am-3pm