Artist duo Lyndsey Webster and Cory McKague invited anyone to join them as a Working Artist for the duration of the summer South Gallery Residency. They provided the work uniform, name tag and supplies and visitors made the work. This exhibit represents the culmination of that project, with work from local artists, families, and students.

By emphasizing an open-door policy and making artistic practices accessible to all through experimentation and the use of non-traditional materials, they hope to inspire individuals to be more creative in day-to-day life.

Through the exhibit they also hope to encourage a sense of community: you may find someone you know has made a work of art currently displayed in the gallery.