At the TableThis exhibition examines various elements related to food, from its physical presence & beauty to dining with friends or family. View Art
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Fountain House Gallery and Studio provides an environment where artists living with mental illness can express their creative visions, exhibit their work, and challenge the stigma that surrounds mental illness.
Fountain House Gallery’s current group show, At the Table, explores a theme that is central to our lives: food.
Guiomar was among those honored with an invitation to show their designs at the recent IDENTITIES Fashion Show at Harvard University.
Works by more than 40 artists, including 10 artists representing Fountain House Gallery, are currently on view in the exhibition Inside/Outside at the Plaxall Gallery, located at 5-25 46th Avenue in Long Island City.
Fountain House Gallery recently organized an evening trip to view our artists’ work at two Long Island City locations: The Citigroup Building and Fountain House Studio.
In her fourth year as the mind behind the mental health clothing Schizophrenic NYC, Michelle Hammer brings her wealth of experience to the street by offering her take on being bold at the intersection between fashion and identity. With the hope of changing the way New Yorkers perceive mental health, Michelle’s shirts are unashamedly imbued with heartfelt messages like “Don’t be paranoid, you look great” and “it’s not a delusion, you are incredible”, or vibrant splashes of color, which she says were inspired by Rorschach tests. Next time you see her stand set up in Hell’s Kitchen, stop by and say hi: her conversation skills and humorous candor give her entrepreneurial freshness a run for its money. Or follow her, look her up @schizophrenic.nyc for the gram, and @schizophrenicnyc for Facebook and Twitter.