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Broad Brush Strokes – Art Strikes Live in Boston with Jon Sarkin

Thursday, December 1, 2016 5:56
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1888PressRelease – On December 3rd, from 4:30 to 7:30 PM, contemporary artist, Jon Sarkin will showcase his imagery at the 31 Nights of Light Event! As the result of a neurological effects of a stroke, Jon became a wildly prolific artist. His work has been featured in museums and publications such as GQ, The New Yorker, the Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as the New York Times.
Boston, MA-NH – Contemporary artist, Jon Sarkin will showcase his imagery at the 31 Nights of Light Event on December 3rd from 4:30-7:30 PM honoring NTI for their achievements in helping Americans with Disabilities back into the workplace. As the result of neurological effects of a stroke, Jon became a wildly prolific artist. His condition, otherwise known as sudden artistic output, affected his perception of the world.
Jon’s work has been featured in publications as well as documentaries including GQ, The New Yorker, the New York Times, ArtNews, Primetime Live, the Discovery Channel and the BBC. His exhibits have been showcased throughout the world. His biography was released in 2011 by Pulitzer-prize winning author Amy Ellis Nutt. Recently, Paramount Pictures and Tom Cruise acquired the story of Jon for an upcoming movie. 
His pieces will be curated by the Charles Washburn, President of the Seven Hills Foundation. Charles introduced NTI to Jon to help make an eclectic event filled with a broad scope of achievements in disability from the disciplines of art, science, technology, and athletics. 
This event is free and open to the public and media. 
Details surrounding the event can are on the 31 Nights of Light website at
Event and media questions can be directed to Michael Sanders at msanders(at)nticentral(dot)org or 617-787-4426 x331
About National Telecommuting Institute
National Telecommuting Institute, NTI, was founded in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, NTI pursued a mission to identify and develop work-at-home jobs for home-based Americans with a disability. Since that time, NTI has successfully provided trained work-at-home employees to some of the largest U.S. government agencies, Fortune 500 companies and to smaller businesses to outsource and expand their customer service and technical support operations.
Visit for more information about how NTI assists Americans with Disabilities.
Michael Sanders 
National Telecommuting Institute 
69 Canal Street Suite#3 
Boston, MA 02114 
Phone: +1-617-787-4426 Ext 331

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