As announced on the April 8 Soul Food and Superheroes Cosplay and Community Night, the Millet House is honored to be the ONLY place you can find Therosia’s “The Greatist” shirts at a deeply discounted rate – and for a limited time only!
Therosia explains: “The suffix substitution from “est” (best) to “ist” (one who studies or trains to be) invites us all into the process of becoming a greatist. It is a testament to how, if we train and put our minds to it, we can all be great.“
View the virtual exhibit and order your t-shirt here:
Sign up here for the free virtual event on April 6! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/soul-food-and-superheroes-tickets
April 6, 6-7:30 pm: Project Humanities offers a free virtual event NEXT WEEK, on Wednesday, April 6th. Join in for a conversation inspired by artist Therosia Reynolds, “Soul Food & Superheroes.” This conversation reframes the representation of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in comics and superhero pop culture. In conversation with Sakena Young-Scaggs, Therosia Reynods, Mako Ward, Ebone Muse Johnson. #africanamerican #womenpower
Looking for the Virtual exhibit for Soul Food and Superheroes? Right here:
The Millet House is creating an online Sunflower Solidarity Show to demonstrate our support for the Ukraine. Paintings, drawings, photographs, digital artwork–we want it all. The more you share, the more worldwide the show will be. Let’s see if we can include work from over 100 countries.
If you’d like to participate, send a good photo of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include size and medium, and let us know if you are interested in listing your work for sale. A portion of any sales will go to Ukraine humanitarian assistance.
Sunflower art by Millet House artist Jaime Glasser
“The Power of Love”
Digital painting print on wood
Check it out! We are featured on the Regional Unity Walk website.
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“Making All Things New: Unity and Diversity” features a collaborative art project that YOU can participate in. Artist Andrea Rogers and volunteers have created hundreds of beautifully glazed mosaic tiles on the theme of “Unity and Diversity.” On January 17 we will cover two stone benches with tiles. You are invited to help select and place the tiles!
Opens at 10am and includes a performance by artist and poet Marva Harris.
In the mood to do some good? Make a donation to the Millet House. Here’s the link:
Donate to the Millet House
The money goes directly into the Millet House bank account. If you do donate, please drop us a note so that we can properly thank you. Note: our nonprofit 501(c)3 is called the Floaters Foundation, in reference to an original membership consisting of people who had lived experience of homelessness.
You are also invited to join our subscription-based Patreon, the fundraising site used by professional artists and other creators, at http://patreon.com/themillethouse. Our best deal: for $18/month, you will receive a postcard-sized print in the mail of an original work of art, one for each month! Our hope is to have 150 subscribers by the end of the year. Could happen!
On January 17, Martin Luther King Day, we will be opening the gates to our Courtyard for “Making All Things New: Unity and Diversity.” The event will run from 10 am to 4 pm and will include an outdoor community workshop by artist Andrea Rogers, as well as an inspiring outdoor program featuring performances by Therosia Reynolds and Marva Harris!
Andrea’s project will begin at 10 am: throughout the course of the day, visitors will be able to help create two beautiful mosaics. Andrea writes, “Two benches will be restored with tiles of various colors around the phrases, UNITY on one and Unity in Diversity on the other. Community members will be installing the tiles and the benches will be grouted after drying.”
The program will begin at 2 pm. Both Therosia Reynolds and Marva Harris are gifted, inspiring performers and artists and are well known members of the Valley art community. We are fortunate to have their participation.
Plus, as always at The Millet House – yes, there will be snacks.
Date: Monday, January 17, 2022
Time: 10am – 4 pm (performances at 2 pm)
Place: 440 West 1st Street, Mesa AZ
After a summer break, we are starting up our Open House Art Evenings once again. Typically there will be an art topic – and YOU are encouraged to suggest one. And, if you have art to share, please bring it.
Want to join us? email email@example.com
This amazing show will be happening in close collaboration with Mesa’s Artspace Lofts! The Millet House will provide the virtual exhibit.
Each Friday, 5:30-7 pm Arizona/PDT our Artist Collective meets on Zoom to discuss art, our current show (“Autism: Super Wondrous Spectrum”) and our plans for what we are doing next! Check here each Friday for login information and be sure to bring a guest.