Hostl Closing Reception

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Join Humans of St. Louis on Saturday, February 4, 2017 for a CLOSING RECEPTION from 3:30 - 5:00 pm, at RAC.

It's been wonderful seeing the body of work hang on RAC's walls in The Loop for community members to view together. As this show comes to an end, our hope is to have these photostories find a new home so they continue to generate discussion and promote pride around our city. Your print purchase and additional proceeds will go to HOSTL to continue it's storytelling efforts as a nonprofit.

And to get the ball rolling, we will be raffling off 2 large framed prints (26" x 35"), 3 large matted prints (12" x 16"), and 5 small matted prints (8" x 10") for anyone who would like to make a $5 minimum donation at the closing reception or online at (Your name will be added to the drawing for every $5 donated.)

Names will be chosen at RAC at 4:30 pm before the closing reception ends, and winners will be able to choose from any of the pieces that are still available. For viewers who aren't present, we'll coordinate a time to drop the work off in person.

We look forward to seeing you there!

LOCATION: Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis
6128 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63112

ARTISTS: Lindy Drew, Caroline Fish, Dessa Somerside
CURATOR: Lindy Drew

If you'd like to see the show any day this week before it closes, the GALLERY HOURS are:
Mon - Fri 10 am - 5 pm;
Sat & Sun 12 pm - 5 pm

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HOSTL amplifies the voices of the people of St. Louis, one photo and story at a time. HOSTL storytelling aspires to promote, encourage and foster the arts, support and preserve cultural diversity, and spark community conversations and engagement that ultimately creates opportunities and understanding throughout the region. Showing the work in a physical location gives life to a select group of moving photostories beyond the 24-hours that they're usually featured on the page.

This event is free and open to the public of all ages.
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By: Humans of St. Louis

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