AUDREY in NY
Audrey in NY: Help Change the Life of a Talented Student - DONATE
Audrey Cook is a great student at Ti High and a very talented young artist. So talented that she has been recognized by Southeby’s Institute of Art and invited to participate in their Summer Institute for pre-college students. It’s a two-week program that brings talented students to the center of the art world for an unforgettable experience. Students are housed on campus at the Institute and explore the New York art scene with their instructor/mentors. From learning the intricacies of running galleries and museums to exploring painting and drawing techniques throughout history, the course is designed to engage, inspire, and fuel creativity. Taught by leading scholars and professionals in the field, each course draws on the global expertise of Sotheby's Institute of Art and takes students behind the scenes of world class museums, galleries, auction houses, artists’ studios, and more.
It’s amazing that Audrey has been accepted to this exceptional program, but it costs $6,000. And Audrey and her 6 siblings live in foster care with their grandmother. There’s just no way that they can pay for this experience that will change Audrey’s life, perspective, and prospects for the future. We know our community will step up to make this happen.
You can make a tax deductible donation to Audrey’s Southeby’s Program by donating here on this page, or on her crowdfunding page HERE or by writing a check to the Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance with "Audrey in NY" in the memo line. Checks can be sent to P.O. Box 247, Ticonderoga, NY 12883.
You can currently see Audrey’s work on display at the Ti Arts Gallery on Montcalm Street.
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