For about ten years I have been working on large scale community art project that would engage people of all ages. I have dreams of an exhibit in the Smithsonian. It is happening!
The Key to Community, an exhibit of about 500 KeyStories is headed to the Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum in October 2018. It will accompany the primary exhibit on gentrification. I am thrilled to bring this community project to DC.
We are celebrating our one year anniversary as a nonprofit, The Key Idea, Inc.
Just a few highlights of our first year
Exhibit of student work at ERB Conference in Chicago- Unlocking Excellence
Eastham Library Exhibit in March
ArtWeek 2017 at the Boston Public Market-
exhibit built throughout the week, held over for an additional week.
Workshops in schools and after care settings
The Key to Kindness self awareness and bully prevention
The Key to Possibilities
I feel like am the keeper of dreams-people often write about their goals and desires.
…and I turned sixty, 288 hours ago, my motto for this year is Ask
This key unlocks the doors to imagination, it shows you that the sky is the limit. Anything is possible!
Keystones are being found- Jan 30 894.1; just outside Osterville Library
I am overwhelmed and so excited about the community response to walking for art. So many people want to be involved in placing the Keystones for others to find. What find! Leaving treasures with the hopes of others discovering them. Who will find this one on the Upper Cape? It's waiting for you.
Making Keystones to place all over Cape Cod. I am hoping that folks will smile when they find these little treasures. Then, I hope they will be inspired to visit the website and share a dream for 2016...for themselves, the community or the world.
So I picked of the Cape Cod Times in my driveway the other day and it jingled. It's true it is the jingle holiday season but still... Seems that someone put keys inside my newspaper bag. A big THANKS to whoever surprised me this way. Who are you?
Lenore Lyons is passionate about living life artistically and inspiring others to explore their creative selves. Art that may present a change in point of view is her trademark; she sees connections in life more than differences.