The Re:form School Exhibition took place this weekend in NY and it sounds as though it was a success. I have to apologize for not posting about this a long long time ago. It was a royal screw up for which I feel a little ashamed. We have just been so slammed here at the studio trying to get on top of running our new venture that all things blog and exhibition have been pushed into the background a little.

All excuses aside, this was an important show that managed to pull together some really amazing artists around the cause of education reform. It’s an issue that needs some serious support from the younger generations right now. The show was put together by REDU, a coalition of creatives and educators working toward  rethinking, reforming and rebuilding US education.

The actual exhibition happened over the weekend between the hours of 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM at 233 Mott Street, New York City, NY 10012. As far as I know the show is now closed, which is why I feel like a real ass for not posting this earlier.

You can still donate, volunteer and get involved with REDU though and there is information on how to do so at the REDU website.

The above video was put together by Hunter Gatherer who generously donated some heart felt time toward the issue and has been working hard to champion the cause. Changethethought hopes to find a way to become more involved in the future. My sincerest apologies to Yosi and the gang for not getting this post up sooner.

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