Taking place in the threshold time of late Fall, All Saints/All Souls Days in the Christian tradition and Day of the Dead in Mexican culture are celebrations of legacy. These holy-days are recognitions of the blurred line between living and dying and the grey areas in which we consistently inhabit.
This pop-up series of events invites thoughtful reflection on the liminal spaces in our lives--those stories which lie between the experiences of being lost and the utter surprise of being found again in unexpected ways. Over the course of the week, there will be intriguing opportunities to unpack our own stories of Lost and Found.
Artist and writer Martha Johnson’s exquisite collages and paintings, created during a particularly challenging span of her life, were stuffed in a closet for 15 years, until they were invited into the light. Sig Feller’s extraordinary pottery, jewelry and woodworking were found in a musty basement by his family, several years after he his death.