Join the Minneapolis Art Lending Library at the North Commons Recreation Center on April 27th from 5pm-8pm to browse our collection of 100 original artworks. Once you find one that you love, we will check it out for you. Then it's yours to display in your home or office for three months, free of charge!
If you are a first-time borrower, please make sure to bring proof of your current address.
As part of this lending event, artist fellow Lula Saleh will present an interactive activity called Love Poems, Painting and Postcards Corner. This free arts activity will be open to all who visit this lending event.
Lula Saleh is an Eritrean Ethiopian-American, Saudi-born, poet, singer-songwriter, healer, writer, organizer, entrepreneur, facilitator and cultural producer. She is an Intercultural Leadership Institute Fellow, a Creative Community Fellow with National Arts Strategies, and an Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) affiliated artist.
Lula is passionate about the intersections of healing from trauma, music, womanhood, feminism, and African diaspora identities, and uses her art, voice, personal story, and spiritual gifts as an Empath/Healer and facilitator to cultivate authentic spaces for heart+soul connection toward collective healing, empathy and compassionate expression. Find her poems and musings across [email protected], her electronic-soul/rnb music at www.soundcloud.com/LulaSaleh, and her writings on healing, spirituality and self-reclamation as a woman of color on her Medium column at: https://medium.com/@lulathelily_37647.