Hope for Creativity invites the public to the opening reception of Dream 2014, at the State House in Boston on October 27 from 1:30- 4:30pm.
The show, sponsored by Senator Thomas McGee, runs until October 31 st and includes pieces by a cadre of artists worldwide who used a 12×16 palette and an array of artistic mediums to answer the questions: “What is your biggest dream? What inspires you to achieve your dreams? What do you dream for the future?” Dream is part of an online auction to benefit HFC, which supplies the tools to create to children experiencing homelessness across Massachusetts.
Drawing on her own experiences as founder of the 501c3 nonprofit, 18 year old Moira Landry chose Dream 2014 as the theme for Hope For Creativity’s show this year’s because she believes that by showing how people’s dreams are sparked and inspired, she will inspire others to help her provide children who are homeless the creative tools to realize their dreams. “When I dreamt about making a difference in the lives of children experiencing homelessness, I never could have imagined the impact I would make and how much my own life would change.”
Besides the State house show, Dream 2014 can be seen beginning October 15 by visiting – www.32auctions.com/dream2014 .
All of the palettes are up for auction until November 15. Winners will be announced online and at HFC’s fifth annual Auction Party at the Neal Rantoul Black Box Theater in Lynn. Tickets are limited and available on the HFC website: www.hopeforcreativity.org .
About Hope for Creativity –
Moira founded Hope For Creativity Inc. in 2009 when she was 12 years old with an aim to provide the tools to create to children experiencing homelessness across Massachusetts, as well as to educate others about the struggles of childhood homelessness and empower them to be change makers, no matter what age. Since 2009, she has provided over 2500 art packs to 35 shelters across the commonwealth and has inspired thousands of supports to be part of her mission.
For more information about the auction, or to make a donation online, please visit www.hopeforcreativity.org