You’re Invited!

If you have experienced significant mental health or substance use issues, you are invited
to tell your story through your art work.

Paintings | Drawings | Collages | Sculptures | Film | Poetry | Photography

at the

Courage and Hope Exhibition

Sangre de Cristo Arts Center | Hoag Gallery
March 15 – April 30, 2018

Special Opening
Wednesday, March 14 | 5 – 7 PM

The Twofers Look at Mental Illness written by Ken Locke, M.D.
and performed by Friendly Harbor Community Center members.

Submission Guidelines:

  • Submission are due no later than February 16, 2018
  • Submit art work to the Friendly Harbor located at 2713 N. Grand Ave
  • Submit digital art work to
    • Please submit 300 dpi image along with art work dimensions.
  • If you need your artwork picked up please contact us or call us at 719.545.2564 to make arrangements.
  • Provide a legibly hand-written or typed description of your experience with mental illness, substance abuse, and recovery to be exhibited with your art work.