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Benefit Art Show for BASF’s Diversity Youth Programs is April 19 at Coblentz


A benefit art show and networking reception featuring the work of Mary Ingham will be held at Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP on April 19 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. The artwork will be available for sale to attendees with a percentage of proceeds benefiting The Bar Association of San Francisco’s high school diversity pipeline programs, Mock Trial and Law Academy.

Art Benefit is April 19“I believe the process of art is a powerful tool that can provide a path for communication and mentoring to youth that have less opportunity or have more obstacles to overcome due to environmental or economic hardship,” says Ingham

Ingham’s artwork is currently in private collections of several local patrons including Stanford Orthopedics Sports Center, and architectural firms, as well as private homes in Houston, Denver, New York and San Francisco. Additionally she creates custom artwork for clients of two San Francisco interior designers.

Her recent exhibits include: Nob Hill Towers, San Francisco; MIM Gallery, San Francisco; San Francisco Open Studios; M Architects Gallery, Houston; and Houston International Photo Fest.

BASF’s Mock Trial and Law Academy programs encourage and increase career opportunities in law for underserved and ethnically diverse students in San Francisco. Proceeds raised from the event will help develop a practice scrimmage series for the Mock Trial program and send Law Academy students to Sacramento, where they will conduct mock legislative sessions.

Admission to the art fundraiser is free. Save the date and help raise funds for two important diversity pipeline programs. Register for this event.

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