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St. Louis Beacon Covers Staging Old Masters at the Pulitzer

There is a great article with video posted at the St. Louis Beacon covering ‘Staging Old Masters: Former Prisoners Perform at the Pulitzer‘.

Staging Old Masters is an innovative program of art exploration featuring short theatrical performances by former prisoners and homeless veterans on themes related to paintings and drawings currently on loan from the St.Louis Art Museum and Harvard Art Museum. The performances are free and open to the public, but the audience is limited to 15 participants.

Click here to view the article, including a video with performer Don Hake (pictured above) talking about his photo shot by TOKY Associate Creative Director, Geoff Story.

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Written by Eric Thoelke