Life Maps: A Journey Back to My Twelve-Year-Old Self
House of Shine—a nonprofit, experiential museum of self-discovery, located in historic downtown Grapevine—introduces its first educational exhibit entitled Life Maps: A Journey Back to My Twelve-Year-Old Self in June. Its first pop-up exhibit is dedicated to helping people craft fulfilling lives by featuring accomplished people from North Texas.
June 01, 2021 to August 31, 2021
Tuesday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Grapevine, TX, 76051
Cost: Free admission
Ages: 5 and older
Dr. Claudia Beeny, founder and executive director of House of Shine: “Our exhibit will examine the lives of nine people and visually illustrate how experiences are like points in a connect-the-dot picture. When we follow fulfilling paths, our dots connect in such a way that the picture revealed is of a life well-lived.”
“We will look back as far as 10 or 12 years-old, asking questions such as: What kind of student were you? How did you spend your time? Did talents and interests you possessed as a young person influence or impact your career path? Which life experiences (good and bad) have proven to be most influential? If you could deliver a message to your 12-year-old self, what would it be?”
The exhibit features:
- Thear Sy Suzuki, EY Business Executive/SMU graduate (and is featured in President George W. Bush’s latest collection of oil paintings and stories, Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants)
- Lewis Johnson, sportscaster
- Traci Bernard, healthcare administrator
- Samuel Barsoum, animator/game developer
- Brady Clayton, film production
- Dr. Magdalena Battles, psychologist/author
- Leslie Mitchel, Army colonel/entrepreneur
- Brad Uptmore, police officer/social media influencer
- Gabrielle Madison, corporate social impact executive
To register for a museum tour including the exhibit, go to https://www.houseofshine.com/visit/admission and select a day/time after June 1. Visit eventbrite.com for more information about the exhibit.