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Current Solo Show: Juliana Bruno, March 1- April 14, 2023
upcoming solo show Daniel Clayton, TBD 2023

Juliana Bruno

The artist

Juliana is a writer, podcaster, nonprofit founder, and artist working in sculpture, installation & photography. Their work specifically addresses mental illness, loneliness, death, suicide, and heartbreak associated with illness and death.

They write primarily about overcoming life challenges, mental illness, depression and death. Their work has been published in magazines and online journals. The are currently writing a book about death and healing. They also host a podcast about  mental illness and suicide called "you don't own me." More information can be found here

Juliana is the founder of a nonprofit organization called social refugees. The organization provides support and resources to people who are affected by mental illness, suicide, and death. More information can be found here

Juliana's art is often described as powerful and moving. Their sculptures and installations are often playful and embody movement and light. Their photography often captures the beauty and sadness of death, loneliness and the beauty of living.

Juliana's work is an important contribution to the conversation about mental illness and suicide. Their work helps to break down the stigma associated with these issues and provides hope to those who are struggling.



snapdragon studios/hiveheart collab

This online art exhibit is a collection of works by artists who have been affected by suicide, illness or death. The exhibit aims to raise awareness about suicide and to provide support to those who have been affected by it.

The exhibit features a variety of art forms, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, and poems. Each piece of art tells a different story about suicide and the impact it has on individuals and families.

The exhibit is open to the public and can be viewed online at any time. It is also available as a mobile app.

If you are interested in learning more about suicide, please visit our sister site, or if you or someone you know needs help, please visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline website at or call the national hotline at 988.


We are dedicated to creating meaningful programming and educational opportunities around suicide, illness and death

We are dedicated to truthful communication around suicide, illness and death

We are dedicated to helping our clients find meaningful connections through art

We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in our workplace, our board, our clients, volunteers, artists and staff

We are dedicated to finding exposure for the stories of those affected by death, illness and suicide

We are dedicated to creating a positive work environment that includes 4 collective disconnect weeks, shorter work weeks, work-from-home encouragement, community connection in meaningful ways, unlimited PTO, continued DEI training and development, mentoring and professional development, personal development, benefits and more

We are dedicated to paying artists livable wages

We are dedicated to helping emerging artists find platforms for expession

We are dedicated to changing the world through art



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