Audis Husar Fine Art in Beverly Hills hosts a special evening. An opening reception for artist Gregg Chadwick’s “How the Light Gets In,” in conjunction with a benefit film screening of Breaking the Cycle. Gregg Chadwick’s new paintings are crafted as reflecting devices that mirror and focus the viewer’s attention on where we are. As Marvin Gaye sang so poignantly – “What’s going on.” Art at its best possess an uncanny ability to communicate ideas and feelings that we need to understand. It seems that especially in times of struggle or unrest, art helps us connect to the personhood of others. Art creates dialogue. Dialogue promotes reflective discussion. And reflection can lead to change.
Gregg Chadwick, The Future Is Woke (left), Scarlet Shadow (right)

About Arzo Yusuf’s Documentary Breaking the Cycle
There are over 500,000 kids in the foster care system in America. Many foster kids are targeted by human traffickers. Los Angeles is the #1 city in the U.S. for the most kids in foster care and #3 for human trafficking. Los Angeles has more than 30,000 kids in foster care. The system is broken and our youth are at high risk of being homeless and trafficked. Breaking the Cycle addresses the issues and creates a call to action.

Admission runs $25 in advance, or $30 at door; CLICK HERE for more info or/and RSVP; 5:00pm screening; 7:00 pm Art Exhibit and Refreshments;

On view: March 25 – April 26, 2019

What: Benefit Event/Opening Reception
Where: Audis Husar Fine Art, 8670 Wilshire Blvd Suite 114, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
When: March 30, 2019; 5-8pm;
Phone: Phone: (310) 994-9828
Info: FB Page