on exhibit

WAYout Arts

Couldn’t make it for last month’s gallery show? We’ve decided to extend the partnership for another month to let more people see this incredible work. Join us this Thursday 3/6 for an exclusive glimpse into the life in Sierra Leone through the eyes of their young folk. This is a photographic partnership with “WAYout,” a Sierra Leonese group working with street youth, and p:ear. This show will also feature skateboards designed by our youth.

WAYout “Worldwide Arts for Youth” works in Sierra Leone, one of the poorest countries in the world, to changes the lives of the vulnerable young people through arts training and shelter. They engage and include youth by promoting artistic freedom, education and empowerment through photography, film and recording music.

Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries in the world. Over a decade of conflict left 20% of children without a primary care giver. Over half the population is under 18 and 60% are unemployed. Poverty is widespread and inequalities pervasive, especially gender. WAYout works with young people suffering the effects of poverty and conflict in some of the most deprived areas.

Open for First Thursday, March 7th!


Opening Reception:
February 7, 2019
5pm to 8pm

On Display:
Tuesday – Friday 9am-2pm, or by chance or appt.

about p:ear gallery

p:ear gallery is located on-site and is the venue through which p:ear youth and guest artists display and sell their work. The gallery opens most First Thursdays, 5pm - 8pm, and serves as an open house in which community members and p:ear youth engage in an open dialogue and appreciation of our youths’ monthly artistic achievements. p:ear youth keep 90% of the proceeds from the sales of their work, a positive way to generate funds.

hours & contact

Most First Thursdays, as well as Tues - Fri 10-2 or by chance or appt.

Contact Arts & Music Program Coordinator
William Kendall

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past shows

Michael Shindler

On Display: July 5, 2018 to August 1, 2018

Off the Beaten Path

Matthew Eveleigh

On Display: August 1st 2017- October 28th


Kanani Miyamoto

On Display: June 1st 2017- July 25th 2017