The office building’s managing partner, Ralph Isenberg, is an art collector. And he has invited the students to create a custom work for the lobby of the building. That piece is expected to be on display for the holidays.
“We really appreciate the partnership between the business community and our school,” says Kessler School director Gayla Dobbins. “The children gain so much when their work is appreciated by others not associated with our campus.”
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