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Non-profit, Regular Hero, Hosts Art Show for Charity
04.9.11 | Making Things Better Through Art Non-profit, Regular Hero, Hosts Art Show for Charity
By: Bella Wilkinson
Contact Title: Storytelling Extraordinaire
Los Angeles, CA – Nothing makes things better more than art, and in a few days, non-profit Regular Hero partners with jewelry designer Modern Minx to prove just that. On April 11th, art lovers will converge on LAB ART Gallery for a creative evening in honor of the 24 Foundation, a Los Angeles based charity that uses the arts to help at Risk Youth that have been through traumatic experiences.
Always looking for ways to help others, Regular Hero will donate 100% of the show’s proceeds to the 24 Foundation. The charge to “...promote others, ask how you can help, and think about how you can use your resources to Make Things Better...”, is at the core of the Regular Hero lifestyle.
Attendees will be able to purchase jewelry from rock-star designer Modern Minx, art, live auctions, spoken word performances, open bar, music & gourmet water from Water Bar.
Sounds: DJ POET NAME LIFE of Black Eyed Peas and The Listen Deep Crew
Art: Nathan Spoor, Rob Ki, CJ Cuevas, Tucker Cash, Kingboombox, Christopher Reason, Stephanie Wood, & Mc5
Spoken Word: Demi Anter & Ryan Yamamoto
ABOUT REGULAR HERO: The Regular Hero lifestyle – “It’s all about Making Things Better by giving....” Regular Hero is a non-profit apparel and creative branding group that raises resources and awareness for aid projects and organizations around the world. Everyone can be a Regular Hero and Make Things Better. We encourage people to do so through giving. That's why we give you 2 of whatever item you purchase with the hope that you'll give 1 away. We then use the proceeds from the sales of our merchandise for relief aid in the US and around the world.
For more information about Regular Hero, visit http://regularhero.org/
For more information and media credentials for Regular Hero’s Art Show contact John McNichol at firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 321-1145.