• Garvin Tieseler, The Long Journey to Healing. 2019. Giclee print on birch.
    Journey of Hope
    Student & Community Exhibition
    November 29, 2019 — January 05, 2020
Michelle Lueth, Embracing the Wounded Healer. 2019.
Lorna Baker, Albatross. 2019. Acrylic on wood.
Acid Rain, Balance with Bi-Polar. 2019. Acrylic on canvas.

The Journey of Hope exhibition pairs Sacramento County artists and writers to share real-life stories of living with mental health challenges portrayed through art. By working together, writers and artists provide stories of hope and recovery to give others insight, inspiration, understanding, strength, connection and heightened awareness about mental health challenges. Journey of Hope is brought to you by the "Mental Illness: It’s not always what you think" Project.

Read more in our blog, the Oculus, HERE.


The Official Rogue Book Club

For Mental Health Month, we are taking on ​"Marbles" ​by cartoonist Ellen Forney, which explores the relationship between “crazy” and “creative.”

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Icons in Conversation: Alison Saar

Known for her powerful sculptures and prints that illuminate narratives of the African Diaspora, Saar’s work is featured in collections across the world.

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