Saturday, April 23, 2011
Benefit for Emilie Louise Gossiaux today at Cooper Union
You can read more about her tragic story here.
Emilie is currently in a neurorehabilitation program at the Rusk Institute.
Today from 2-6 in the Houghton Gallery (2nd floor of the Foundation Building at 7 E. Seventh St.) at Cooper Union, the School of Art and the Student Council are hosting an auction and sale of original artwork donated by the Cooper art family of staff, faculty and students to raise money for Emilie's rehabilitation. More than 100 works have been donated to this event — some will be auctioned and some will be available as cash-and-carry.
And I apologize for not posting this information sooner for people making plans...
Posted by Grieve at 11:26 AM
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Radiolab did an exceptionally beautiful job with this story not too long ago. I highly suggest a listen if you have 20 minutes:
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