We strive to make Tattooed Mom a safe space for artists, writers, & creators of all kinds! This week, we’re thrilled to present a trio of astounding, wondrous, & marvelous readings, bringing together local lit communities with authors & poets from across the country! — You Can’t Kill A Poet: November 2018 Celebrate the voices of queer & […]
20 Years of Street Art Culture
From the first tag to the latest wheat paste, upstairs at TMom’s has been home to a rich history of local & international street art. This is an ever changing gallery: an un-curated & spontaneous outpouring of creativity by local & traveling artists and the countless visitors who leave their unique mark here nightly.
Two Brothers & 5000 Umbrellas
The birth of the upstairs as a vibrant art space is in part tied to a 1999 exhibition by brothers Noah & Nathan Rice. That year the Brothers Rice brought their umbrella wheat pastes we’d been admiring around South Street to Mom’s. All 5000 of them.