“‘Not Just Another Pretty Face,’ the triennial art exhibition at the Hyde Park Art Center (HPAC),has raised $200,000 for the organization and 63 artists whose commissioned works aredisplayed across three galleries.
Scores of patrons commissioned the art, the proceeds of which are split between HPAC and the individual artists. In its seven iterations, the exhibition has raised more than $1 million.”
Hyde Park Herald, 2020
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