Please refer to the fifty fifty's facebook page for a listing of our most current viewing hours. If you are visiting from out of town or are hoping to visit the exhibition in a specific window of time, please contact the fifty fifty via email to ensure someone will be able to meet you at the gallery.
What would a narrative of memories look like? How would it read? Would it be chronological or chromological? Would it be categorical by emotion or alphabetical? A narrative of memories I think, would be like a cloud. On the outside would be events from life that have no immediate context, but would be encountered near other events. Deeper memories would be there in context to previous events. A consensus or fabric of narrative could seem to form. This cloud of memories moved through by a viewer, might suggest a story, and amazingly be familiar to their own lives and trigger comparable memories within themselves.
Gallery viewing by appointment may be available if you are unable to visit during posted hours. Gallery hours fluctuate. We are run and kept open entirely by the effort of volunteer labor. If you know exactly when you are going to come by the exhibition space and want to ensure we will be open, please send us an email before visiting the gallery so we can confirm that we will have someone there to meet you.
We are always looking for dedicated volunteers! If you are interested, send us an email.