Bed Hermin is a self-described international interdisciplinary artist whose works have ranged from public interaction works to spontaneous musical medlies. With works ranging different styles, forms, and methods, a singular constant in Bed Hermin’s pieces is the exploration of the unknown. This is perhaps due to the consistent life changes Bed has weathered. Feeding an insatiable artistic curiosity, Bed is currently channeling that energy into the pursuit of a Masters degree in Expressive Arts Therapy at Lesley University.
Bed Hermin’s art will be up for sale ranging from $20-80. Bed is also placing her work up for adoption. To find out more about this exciting opportunity to house art and engaging in art guardianship outside of traditional capitalist systems, feel free to reach out to the art director, Lauren Shapiro at [email protected], or Bed Hermin directly via their website: http://www.bedhermin.com/contact-us.html. Adoption forms will be available at the cafe over the duration of the exhibition.
For more information about Bed Hermin, visit her website: http://www.bedhermin.com
or find her on Instagram: @bedhermin
Live music from Morgan Johnston!
A little about the artist:
Hailing from just outside of Providence, Rhode Island, Morgan Johnston is a folk singer-songwriter stomping, strumming, speaking, and singing her way to empowering both herself and her listeners. Her guitar and vocal arrangements are inspired by the natural landscape of places, such as Ireland, as much as by the emotional landscape of human experience. Currently studying to become a music therapist, she is constantly reminded of the healing power of the music that she aims to share.
Light food and refreshments are provided at this kid-friendly event.