About The Program
Take an exclusive look at Molly Costello’s work BEFORE their exhibition is open to the public! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see a DEBUT of the brand new exhibition Fertile Futures by an artist that rarely displays their beautiful work in an exhibition. Spend the evening in a small, intimate gathering allowing the opportunity to engage one-on-one with Molly.
Molly will show examples of their work along with explaining WHY they were created, the deep meanings behind the works, and HOW they were created! Guests will hear first hand stories of inspiration and vision, along with challenges and moments of great success.
As a bonus – we’ll provide materials and directions for a related take-home project to work on when you’re in need of a creative outlet!
Cocktail included for guests over 21 years of age.
Molly (they/them) is a non-binary queer illustrator, food grower, honey bee tender and a seeker of mysticism. Through their creative work they explore themes of interconnectedness, cosmology, reciprocity, biomimicry and are interested in cultivating our radical imaginations to help us shape our emergent new world.
As a white person, Molly is committed to the work of being an anti-racist and supports the movements for police and prison abolition. Molly hopes their work can be a small contributing part of creating our new culture, grounded in honoring the inherent value of all beings and pushing us beyond cultures of white supremacy, violence and greed toward a culture of accountability, collective wellness and abundance.
“What are the new ideas we can all agree to, that we all desire deeply to agree to? Ones that promote honoring the sacredness of all beings, are rooted in gratitude, reciprocity, reverence, wellness, accountability and pleasure. This is the work of our time and where our creative imaginations rise to the challenge. Our small visions matter. A tiny seed becomes a sequoia given time and tending. We may not be there to see it’s flourishing but we can plant the seeds and tend the saplings.”