Lexus, BCA Support Children’s Hunger Project

By  //  December 1, 2014

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event features Andrew Brooks' artwork

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard Cultural Alliance and Lexus of Melbourne have partnered to benefit The Children’s Hunger Project.

Lexus of Melbourne has been a partner of Brevard Cultural Alliance since 2009, showcasing artwork created by area artists in their facility through BCA’s Art in Public Places exhibition program.

Utilizing their venue as a gallery for art enhances their client experience and provides a stimulating environment for staff.

Renowned U.K. artist/photographer Andrew Brooks, featured at the Art & Algorithms Festival in Titusville, offered six pieces of his artwork to BCA for the purpose of giving back to the community.

All proceeds from the sales of Brooks’ artwork go to the Children’s Hunger Project.

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The artwork has just been installed at Lexus of Melbourne in Viera and will be on display until March 20, 2015.

Those wishing to purchase Brooks’ artwork should contact Lynne Brezina at 321-690-6817 or email