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What we're about


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What we're about


We're a diverse arts community with soul.

 

 

GROW

We'll support your spiritual and artistic growth, whether it's been years since you last painted or weeks since you released an album.

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COLLABORATE 

We'll create spaces for you to take risks and collaborate across artistic mediums with creative people you otherwise wouldn't meet.

SHARE

We'll provide you with unique opportunities to share your art with audiences across the city through our local partnerships and events. 

 
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Get involved


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Get involved


 

We've got a place for you.

The best way to see what we're about is to come check us out in person! Sign up and you'll be the first to hear about our upcoming events before all the spaces fill up. 

 

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Gallery


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Gallery


There's no hidden agenda.

We simply believe that we're better together.

 



Every story matters.

We're a diverse and inclusive community that values the family, cultural, and religious traditions that guide your everyday life.

The process is the point.

We engage the creative arts as a powerful way to express ourselves, deepen our spiritual lives, and share our wisdom with one another.

Make art to make change.

We're committed to designing projects and organizing events that promote empowerment and reconciliation within our city.


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Leadership


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Leadership


We're people of many races, religions, and sexual orientations.

That's the point.

 


Organizers

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Erin

Julio

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Osa

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Jerrilyn

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Aden

Jazmine


Hosts

Alana

Alana

Kev

Kev

Ben

Ben

Neha

Neha

Celia

Celia

Zulekha

Zulekha


 

Want to partner with us?

Would you like to invite our artists to perform or collaborate on a project? We're proud to partner with local businesses and organizations like Patrice Sulton Law Offices

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Rev. Erik, Lead Organizer

Rev. Erik Martínez Resly is a visual artist, ordained Unitarian minister, and doctoral student at Johns Hopkins University.


Support our local friends and partners!