Southeastern Live Well Center is in its design phase, and the future community space is setting up the framework for its public art display.
Based on a community survey, 14 local artists were selected and have incorporated feedback into their pieces. The artwork — set to be displayed throughout the center — will showcase the community’s cultural diversity. This will include pieces by Chloe Becky, JHelen Ramirez, and Andrea Rushing that will be found along corridor walls + muralist Michelle Guerrero, whose painting will be in the family waiting area.
The 65,000-sqft Southeastern Live Well Center is expected to open in summer of 2023 at the corners of Market Street + Euclid Avenue and will be the county’s sixth central community service hub. The facility will offer services in employment assistance, food insecurity, public + behavioral health, and more. It will also have a 4,000-sqft conference center + meditation garden that connects it to Chollas Creek Trail.