2010 October 11

Welcome to Reform School

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Terence Koh Terence Koh
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When it comes to supporting education and the arts, the creative set comes out in droves. Friday evening was the private preview bash for Re:Form School, and the supporters included hosts Terence Koh, Cynthia Rowley, Bill Powers and many others. The corridors of recently-shuttered St. Patrick’s Cathedral School were filled with pieces by over 150 artists like Shepard Fairey, Swoon, Ron English, Michel Gondry, Chris Johanson and WK Interact. Re:Form School is a pop up art exhibition, event series and public awareness campaign in support of Redu.com and its efforts to expand education reform through art and innovation. All the featured artwork will be up for sale through The Hole Gallery, with profits benefitting the Urban Arts Partnership, and the exhibition is open to the public tonight. For more information on the cause, visit http://reformschool.letsredu.com

 

 



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