March 31st is Trans Day of Visibility! We are proud to be the host for this group show of over a dozen trans and non binary identifying artists. Curated by Ms. Written Art & featuring art from all over the U.S. Now more than ever before voices of diversity need to be seen and heard. There is power in art, there is strength in creativity. It is truly the greatest way to express our humanity. Join us for an afternoon of art & community. All are welcome.
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.
Tmoms Sticky Art Machine
Sticker art has been an important part of the upstairs at Mom’s since day one. So it’s a huge honor (and a lot of fun) to be the home of the Sticky Art Machine.