Installed December 2nd 2017
Folks experiencing homelessness and other scarcities are not impervious to loss. Every single person experiences loss; loss of property, friends, family, pets, ideas, ownership, and more. Through a private directed donation Ruthie designed and installed a permanent Memory Tree at Broad Street Ministry. All members, staff, visitors, volunteers, donors, and guests are encouraged to add a leaf to memorialize what they have lost. The Memory Tree is located in the lobby near the elevator of Broad Street Ministry and is accessible to the public during their open hours.
Looking Out & Seeing In
May 18th - June 11th 2017
Ruthie Iglesias designed and curated an art show at Metropolitan Gallery 250 which showcased the original works of non-traditional artists. Many of the artists featured are/were experiencing scarcity; scarcity of housing, benefits, food, employment, and/or visibility. The show raised over $4,000 for future arts programming at Broad Street Ministry.
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