The Faces of Donation art exhibit features portraits of Louisville Black organ donors and recipients

The Faces of Donation art exhibit features portraits of Louisville Black organ donors and recipients



OPPORTUNITY TO SEE A BEAUTIFUL ART EXHIBITION HONORING BLACK ORGAN DONORS ACROSS THE STATE AND COME TO US THIS MORNING TO TALK A LITTLE MORE ABOUT IT IS ALAN GASLAY. HE” AN EDUCATOR FOR MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITIES ALAN SO NICE TO SEE THIS MORNING. TELL ME IF YOU WOULD HOW YOU CAME TO THIS IDEA. OH NO PROBLEM. I’M JUST IN TOWN LIKE I’M FROM LOUISVILLE. I LOVE SEEING THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF ART THAT COME OUT THERE. OUT HERE, I SHOULD SAY, AND WHILE I ACTUALLY SCROLL THROUGH INSTAGRAM, I SEE AAYLWS PIECES WHICH ARE FROM RIGHTS OVER RICE. I CAN NOT SEE IT. SO I ALWAYS HAVE IDEAS. I WANT YOU KNOW WHAT I LOVE THE KIND OF WORK HE DOES AND I AM TRYING TO BRING NEW AND IN WAYS O LIKE IN EMBASSY FROM ORGAN AS SHE DONATE SOME TO THE BCKLA AND THE STATE OF BROWN KENTUCKY SMETNGHI YOU AIM GRASNGPI TO AND THIS IS A MISSION I HAVE THIS IN MY HEART. I’m like you know what? LET’S SEE IF IAN C MERGES THE TWO HERE. WE ARE. I MEAN WHAT AUTBO WHAT TIME WE RECEIVED PASTEL DONATIONS ON THE WALK SO TELL ME BUT IF YOU WANT A LITTLE BAABAABABABABABAB TO ENTVE THIS IS COMING FEBRUARY 25TH FROM 5TH TELL ME WHERE IS AND WHAT PEOPLE WILL WILL BE ABLE TO EXPERIENCE. YES GOOD. IT’S AT THE KULA ART GALLERY FROM FIVE TO THIRTY ON THE ART REVEAL. IT WILL BE AROUND 6:30. BEFORE THAT TIME YOU CAN ONLY GET OUT. IT WILL PLAY MUSIC, YOU CAN SEE ART. THATIC RE WILL ALREADY HAVE EXHIBITED. I JUST WANT TO ACTUALLY TALK TO US ABOUT THE MISSION IF YOU WANT TO DO THAT WE WILL HAVE THAT WILL BE CHAMPAGNE THERE. WE WILL HAVE SOME CUPCAKES ON HAND. IT WILL BE JUST A BEAUTIFUL MOATSPHERE TIME JUST TO BE AROUND EACH OTHER. IT’S LIKE A LITTLE AFTER HOURS WITH THE LONG WORK WEEK THAT’S COMING, YOU KNOW, COME OUT AND SUPPORT A GREAT MISONSI AND HOW MUCH DOES IEST COST ALA N? HOW MUCH WILL IT COST YOU. AWESOME, TELL ME WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT TO PUBLISH THIS AND PEOPLE TO SEE FIRST HAND THE DIFFERENT FACES OF THE DIFFERENT PEOPLE CONTRIBUTING TO SETOMHING. THIS IS SO VERY IMPORTANT ORGAN DONATION. OH PNOROBLEM AS I FEEL IT IMPORTANT BECSEAU I THINK WHEN PEOPLE TALK ABOUT ORGANIZATION DONATIONS JUST THINK OF I AS OH JUST SOMETHING YOU KNOW IT’S JUST SO MUCH STIGMA OUT THERE ABOUT IT. YOU CAN NEVER REALLY FACE HIM. SO THIS ISHA WT WILL SHOW YOU THE PEOPLE INVOLVED IN IT AS ACTUALLY CORRESPONDING TO THE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF THE ORGANIZATION. WE HAVE SOME TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT JUST WAITING SO THEY CAN ACTUALLY THINK IT MEANS. JUST SOMEBODY TO PUT YOU A FACE I THINK OE YOUUT P THIS FACE ON SOMEONE THERE ACTUALLY THERE GIVES YOU THAT LINK. IT MAKES IT MORE PERSONAL. THIS IS THE GOAL THIS JUST SO YOU CAN SEE WHO YOU ARE HOW WHAT ACTUALLY IS BEHIND THE DONATION. YOU ACTUALLY GET TO SEE HOW THE EFFECTS IT CAN HAVE. I REALLY GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE, A BIG IDEA. AWESOME WORK ALAN. THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. THEY CARE.

The Faces of Donation art exhibit features portraits of Louisville Black organ donors and recipients

The Faces of Donation art exhibition is an event that will be held at the KULA art gallery and will feature portraits of Black organ donors and recipients honoring those who have saved lives and whose lives have been saved through organ donation. The portraits are all illustrated by Louisville artist Charles Rice. It is being hosted by Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates/Donate Life Kentucky and will take place on Friday February 25th. The KULA Gallery is located at 536 South Fourth Street. You can find out more about the event here.

The Faces of Donation art exhibition is an event that will be held at the KULA art gallery and will feature portraits of Black organ donors and recipients honoring those who have saved lives and whose lives have been saved through organ donation.

The portraits are all illustrated by Louisville artist Charles Rice.

It is being hosted by Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates/Donate Life Kentucky and will take place on Friday February 25th.

The KULA Gallery is located at 536 South Fourth Street.

Find out more about the event here.

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