Hope and healing in pandemic times

How do we find hope in these difficult times? How do we heal from the crises of everyday life? Nineteen artists in the Interfaith Artist Circle explore these questions through paint, fiber, paper, and clay. Their exhibition is intended to bring solace during this time of pandemic and to encourage a restorative dialogue about hope and resilience now and for the future. 

Visit this exhibition at the Cargill Gallery, located on the second floor of Minneapolis Central Library, from August 4 – September 27, 2022. 

Join an artist panel discussion and opening reception in the Gallery on Sunday, August 14, at 2 p.m. Also, meet the artists in the Gallery on Sunday, September 18, 2-4 p.m.

Contributing artists: Jeanne Aaron, Hend al-Mansour, Beth Andrews, Sandy M. Baron, Jane Bassuk, Sandra Brick, Gloria Cooper, Elizabeth Erickson, Lucy Rose Fischer, Renanah (Rani) Halpern, Angela Heida Hammer, Joyce Lyon, Kirsten Malcolm Berry, Aimee Orkin, Susan Peploe, Paula Leiter Pergament, Regula Russelle, Anita White, and Rochelle Woldorsky.