Lennon Bus to Display Student Works During Free Public Gallery Exhibition

Presented by OWC, the Lennon Bus honors student activism and original student projects created during the month-long NYC residency at technology store Adorama

The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus announced today the culminating event of the fifth annual month-long Come Together NYC residency: a gallery exhibition at Adorama in New York City on Oct. 17 from 5 to 8 p.m. EST. The event is free and open to the public. Local students, community members, supporters, artists, activists are encouraged to join the festivities.

The event will showcase an impressive collection of student work created during the Lennon Bus’s visits to various schools, festivals and venues across New York City. Committed to providing increased access to music, audio, video, photo and broadcast technologies, students spend a full day on board the Lennon Bus creating the music, video, and images needed to take their original ideas from concept to delivery. Final projects on display will include everything from original songs, music videos, documentary films and photography projects created by students with help from artist ambassadors/mentors Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, Jeff Bridges, famous rock photographers Henry Diltz and Bob Gruen, celebrity Chef Franco Noriega, artist/songwriter/activist Michael Angelakos from Passion Pit.

About the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus presented by OWC is a non-profit state-of-the-art mobile Pro Audio and HD video recording facility that provides hands-on experiences for students of all ages. Now in its 21styear, the Lennon Bus features the latest audio and video technology, gear and products. The Lennon Bus travels across the U.S. and Canada year-round, providing free tours and workshops at schools, retailers, festivals, and at major industry conferences. To see where the bus will be next, visit http://www.lennonbus.org/schedule.


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