Charles Best, Hans Tullman and Whoopi Goldberg will be honored at the LilySarahGrace Color Outside The Lines Gala on October 25.

LilySarahGrace (LSG) has launched, “Color Outside the Lines,” a fundraising campaign around original drawings from more than 40 artists in film, television, music and visual art that were specially created for LSG. As part of “Color Outside the Lines,” LSG has launched a Kickstarter campaign to publish these one-of-a-kind drawings into a book, titled You Can’t Memorize This. For more information about “Color Outside the Lines,” click here.

LSG provides underfunded schools with supplies and educational tools to teach their curriculum through the arts. Whoopi Goldberg, Charles Best and Hans Tullman will be honored at the Gala for their significant contributions and dedication to arts education.

The evening will also feature a performance by Rufus Wainwright and a DJ set by Andy Rourke of the Smiths. Creative direction for the Gala is conceptualized and executed by Abby Ballin and Periel Aschenbrand. To purchase tickets for the Gala, click here.

WHEN: Saturday, October 25, 2014

WHERE: Jack Studios
601 West 26th Street

LilySarahGrace was founded by Matthew Badger and his partner, Abby Ballin, after his daughters – Lily, Sarah and Grace – tragically passed away in a fire on Christmas of 2011. Lily was 9 and twins Sarah and Grace were 7. Badger witness firsthand how vital the arts in school were for his girls because of their dyslexia. Art was their passion. Since April 2012, LSG has given $1 million in supplies to teachers in underfunded public elementary schools to teach their curriculum through the arts. Because of LilySarahGrace, 140,000 children have learned through this method in classrooms all over America. To learn more, visit www.lilysarahgrace.org.

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