My friend and faux sister, Meredith Driscoll (her maiden name is McLaughlin and she is very much part of our family), is a former Hollywood costume designer, fashion illustrator, stylist, and FIT graduate.
After moving from LA back to her hometown of Pittsburgh to marry and become a mom, she turned her talents to her political passions, namely reproductive health rights and the "war on women." Thursday, October 2, her vision for an art exhibit interpreting this war takes place at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.
The event will feature a silent auction of the works of twenty artists to benefit Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates Association & PAC and its efforts in the 2014 midterm elections. Special guest, Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood Action Fund President, will host a pre-show VIP reception at 6pm, with general admission at 7pm.
Meredith's Timothy, a portrait of Cardinal Timothy Dolan and a commentary on the Catholic Church's institutionalized victimization of women and children, might be the only canine in the show, but, imo, it's worth the ticket.
For more information visit Planned Parenthood PA.