“Messages of Hope” art exhibition

“Messages of Hope” art exhibition is a collaboration between Unitarian Universalist Church, Teaching Artist Marney Schorr, and emerging Pittsfield artists from the Arts in Recovery for Youth program. The show will feature original paintings and drawings by Marney Schorr, as well as her students. Curated by poet and artist, Jack Kelly, this show aims to inspire hope, healing and community action about suicide, including the youth perspective.

First Fridays Artswalk Reception

Friday, November 2, 2018      5 – 8 pm

Unitarian Universalist Church      175 Wendell Ave.

All works are for sale and benefit youth arts engagement in the community.

Community Artist Talk

Sunday November 4th, 2018

Unitarian Universalist Church      175 Wendell Ave.

Coffee & Conversation at 9:30 am      Sunday Service at 10 am. 

Guest speaker, Marney Schorr, Founder and Director of the Arts in Recovery for Youth program, will chronicle the shared journey of these youth artists, from hopelessness to resilience. The Talk will include a community dialogue about solving the youth suicide problem together, through hope, faith and action.


For more information about the show, or to view works privately, contact Curator, Jack Kelly at (413) 770-0320.
For more information about Arts in Recovery for Youth, please visit www.airyedu.com.