Welcome to a Garrison of Memoirs
Los Santos' own space to maintain artistic encouragement and Prevention of Forgetting
The Sael Memory Museum is an ongoing self-maintained project owned and managed by Maevin Oikos Sael, colloquially known by her alias: "Skull Girl". Come to the Memory Museum and find your Muse amongst the Obscura~. Find your inspiration in the new watering hole.
Have Your Craft On Display!
Ever wanted your drawings, miniatures, figurines, sculptures put on display without the need of applying for galleries, filling out questionnaires, or passing a 'quality' check? The Memory Museum offers a micro-exhibition forum for anyone willing to brave the wilds of critique and commentary! It costs you nothing, it requires only a creative mind and a proper respect for artistry as a whole. If you can take the words of others, then you can handle an exhibition like these! The best comment is no comment~! The best compliment is a gaze~!
The state-of-the-art digital framework wired into the stone walls of the Museum allow for high-speed displays of people's art on never-before-seen TV canvas displays for digital art! No more need to worry about vandalism on your canvas or vinyl when it can be displayed via shatter-resistant television screens into the gallery floor for all to see!
Clarification & Transparency / The Fairness Statement
The Sael Foundation is a Non-Profit Solo-Run Charity Organization acting as the legal and marketing side of the Venue and all awareness events/campaigns as well as visuals and human resources for Skull Girl's artistry. The Sael Foundation's primary and only goal is to bring public awareness to Neurological Degenerative Disorders, as-classed by medical professionals: Any/All diseases, syndromes, deficiencies or intellectual difficulties stemming from the (either) acute (rapid) or slow-progressive degeneration of neurological factors. Dementia, Alzheimer's, epilepsy, learning disabilities, neuro-muscular disorders, autism, ADD, brain tumors, and cerebral palsy and much much more.
Through transparency, the Sael foundation finds its primary income not through the marketing and exchange of goods, nor via store-fronts, but through generous donations from sentimentally-invested parties and events held via Cultural Grant Funding and other state-based art programs. The Memory Museum venue acts as the organization's Headquarters in downtown Rockford and Burton, offering a place of rest and relaxation or Muse and Inspiration for Los Santos' creatives. All funding is openly published and documented accordingly, to maintain an air of positivity and openness about functions and operations. Such can be gotten via the quickly growing numerous online and physical sites.
Details for those interested in donating can be found below:
About The Founder:
Maevin Oikos Sael, aka: "Skull Girl", is a native Suomi from Otava, a small industrial city in Finland. Though her history is, at best, dubious due to her total lack of recollection from childhood, beyond specific unrelated memories, her upbringing mostly falls on her adoptive-mother in Los Santos, Alessa Winters. Maevin rapidly grew in artistic-awareness from her commissions online and appearances throughout San Andreas be it at other's venues, the Oasis Gallery, Croq-a-Hoop, or simply being found in her many downtown-based drawing zones or 'Cozy-Areas'.
The Memory Museum originated from a continually rising anxiety of her inevitable degradation from her Neurological Disorder. The fear being one day she'd be unable to convey her thoughts and feelings via Drawing, Writing, or even Speaking. To bring her mind into a carnal form, the Sael memory Museum was born. In the owner's own words: "The Memory Museum is almost like my brain in building form".
A place for artists and creatives, or even just come-and-goers to lounge, take-in artistic air, or find their muse, the Memory Museum is hoping to become Los Santos' ideal rest-stop for the every-changing and aggressively reality-morphing creative minds which haunt the streets, fearful of no outlet for their needs.
Maevin found in one of her deep 'Space Outs' staring off in deep-thought
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