The HiBrow Gallery presents "Survivors" exhibition | Arts & Culture
Dade City, Florida -- The DCCA/HiBrow Gallery, in association with the Florida Medical Clinic Foundation of Caring’s Healing Arts Studio, is privileged to present a unique and special exhibition, “Survivors” beginning Friday, April 13.
The exhibition show cases the art work of 60 cancer survivors and caregivers. Some of the works on display will be offered for purchase while others are for exhibit only. Many of the artists have chosen to donate the proceeds from their sales to FMC’s Foundation of Caring.
The “Survivors” exhibition opens on Friday with a reception from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. and runs through the end of April. Admission is free and open to the public.This special event coincides with the DCCA/HiBrow Gallery’s new quarterly show and featured artist of the month, Fred Spinks.
After a long history of informal community giving, Florida Medical Clinic formally organized the Foundation of Caring in 2005. The DCCA and FMC Foundation of Caring are 501 (c) (3); charitable, non-profit organizations established solely for the benefit of the community. Both of these non-profit organizations exists primarily to provide programs and services that are of benefit to others and might not be otherwise provided by local, state, or federal entities. The Healing Arts Studio, under the direction of Mary Sears, an artist herself and cancer survivor, provides classes and supplies at no charge to people facing serious illness and their caregivers.
The gallery is located in downtown Dade City at 14125 7th Street, across from Dade City’s Historic Courthouse Square. Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. or by appointment.
Release courtesy of The HiBrow Gallery.