Gloucester’s amazing artist Amy Kerr’s I Am More Project is will be at the North Shore Mall.
I Am More: Massachusetts
Twenty new paintings of individuals from around Massachusetts accompanied by essays to remind us that we are more than our
life situation, health diagnosis, mental illness or physical disability. This is the third of five regional exhibits across the state.
Topics include postpartum depression, brain cancer, dementia, anxiety, addiction, poverty, eating disorders, spinal cord injury, insecurity, sexual abuse, schizoaffective disorder, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, suicide, learning disabilities, bullying, PTSD, and surviving the Holocaust.
Portrait subjects come from Gloucester, Lynn, Reading, Wenham, Peabody, Lawrence, Newburyport, Littleton, Burlington, Mattapan, Leverett, Amherst, Feeding Hills, Worcester, Westborough, and Mashpee.
Watch CBS Boston’s piece about the exhibit when it was unveiled in Worcester: https://boston.cbslocal.com/2019/10/22/worcester-popup-art-i-am-more-than-this-amy-kerr/
Where: The Northshore Mall, 210 Andover Street, Peabody, in front of Macy’s, Upper Level
When: December 31st through January 30th
Opening Reception Friday, January 3rd from 7-9pm
Feel free to share our Facebook Event Page.
A special thank you to the Northshore Mall, the Office of Congressman Seth Moulton, and NAMI Greater North Shore for making this exhibit possible.
Thanks for your help in spreading the message!
I Am More Founder/Artist