LeAp is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the quality of public education through a hands-on, arts-based approach to teaching the academic curriculum.
SPRING 2012 – FALL 2012
Student artists from 10 public middle schools in all five boroughs came together to create a large-scale public art exhibit of school lunchroom tables that they transformed into works of art addressing important social issues in their communities, issues including gangs, bullying, teen pregnancy, gay rights, and pollution. This exhibit was the largest student art exhibition in the history of NYC parks and the first to span the five boroughs. The exhibition was created by LeAp in cooperation with NYC Parks & Recreation.
Auer’s Moving and Rigging Co. Inc partnered with LeAp to deliver and install and de-install the entire the entire large scale public art exhibit.
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