Broward County Charity & Causes Visual Arts

The Lost Beatles and Rolling Stones Photographs Exhibit

The Lost Beatles and Rolling Stones Photographs ExhibitThursday, May 24, 6-9pm – The Art and Culture Center Galleries, Hollywood

Never before seen photos of the Beatles and Rolling Stones, lost for over 40 years, will be available for viewing in a multi-media event. Rock expert Larry Marion, curator of the exhibit, author of the two books and Executive Producer of the soon-to-be-released film “The Beatles: The Lost Concert will be on hand to meet, greet and mingle. A rich array of cuisines provided by area restaurants, wine bar and Bacardi station will feed and otherwise satiate guests at the Beggars Banquet. The silent auction, known as You Can’t Always Get What You Want, will feature unique, one of a kind and highly collectible items. Proceeds from this event benefit the Grace Gold Memorial Scholarship Fund at The Miami Foundation. Grace’s short but substantial life revolutionized building safety in New York City. Grace was a 17 year old freshman at Barnard College in 1979 who died tragically when a brick from a building struck her. Her death was the inspiration for New York City’s Local Law 10(11), which requires periodic inspection of building structures. Grace’s legacy continues to save lives each year in New York. The establishment of the scholarship fund at The Miami Foundation continues her legacy by providing scholarship support to students pursuing writing and journalism. Grace was the younger sister of Lori E. Gold, South Florida resident.

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