Show&Tell

October 15th @8PM via zoom

LiveWell Foundation's Annual Fundraising Event

Join us for an inspiring evening in which

visual artists present their work and discuss the connection

between their creative process, mental health, and living well

$75 minimum donation (per person)     $35 donation (under age 35)

Credit cards:  Purchase ticket or sponsor this event by clicking button above.

Send Checks payable to LiveWell Foundation:  250 South 17th Street, #1400, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (please specify number of attendees). Sponsorship form

Meet the Artists & Sponsorship Benefits

Meet the Artists

Tremain

smith

Tremain has four works in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.  Her work is in corporate and private collections across the country.  She has had dozens of solo exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Scottsdale, Maine, Delaware, Florida and Hawaii.  Group exhibitions include SOFA Chicago, Art Miami, the Painted Bride, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, and the USArtists American Fine Art Show. Tremain studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Tyler School of Art, Carnegie-Mellon University, and the University of Pennsylvania.  Alongside her studio practice, Tremain teaches, lectures, and leads workshops.   Artist website

Clancy

philbrick

Clancy’s visual practice is not identifiable by a singular aesthetic, but instead by its playful conversations around masculine vulnerability, societal-critique, mindfulness, and unity. Whether it is his paintings, digital collage, memetic photographs, ink drawings, or sculptural installations, his project-based work involves both personal expression and participatory schematics aimed at public revelation. Clancy's work has been exhibited across the United States and has been featured on BBC, New Yorker Magazine, Playboy, HuffPost, and Ethiopian TV.   Artist website

Shanina

dionna

Philadelphia Magazine recognized Shanina as the Philly artist "creating a positive space for mental health conversations.” Both a visual and performing artist, her art for social change practice is rooted in the exposure of her own experience with mental health challenges. Since 2011, her "Embryo" art exhibition series has helped build a platform raising awareness currently supported in-part by DBHIDS (the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services). In 2016, Shanina helped found the youth art program, @artbudsphilly (on Instagram); and in 2018, she became one of twenty artists worldwide to receive the first-ever TDC20 Grant presented by Alicia Keys & Swizz Beatz. She is currently pursuing certification in Expressive Arts Therapy with the Person-Centered Expressive Arts Institute of Sonoma, California.  Artist website

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