Stir, Splatter + Roll 2015

Thursday, April 9, 2015 - 6:00 pm


Thank you so much for all that attended, we hope to see each and everyone one of you next year!


Please join us on April 9th for colorful cocktails, painting alongside some of our city's leading architects, artists + designers, a festive gala dinner + live auction! Take home a one-of-a-kind treasure from our most important fundraiser of the year!

The high-energy fete takes place in a Publicolored school and draws dynamic New Yorkers and luminaries in the worlds of business, fashion, politics, design, education, and philanthropy.

All proceeds go toward our mission to engage disconnected students in their education, while teaching them strong and transferable work habits so they are prepared to be productive in both college and career.

Stir, Splatter + Roll 15 - April 9, 2015

Martin Luther King, Jr. High School

122 Amsterdam Avenue, New York NY (just behind Lincoln Center)

This year we will be honoring the visionary contemporary art gallerist Paula Cooper.

We are honoring Paula for her lifelong extraordinary commitment to contemporary artists and to social activism.  Her independence as a ground-breaking gallerist continues to make an indelible mark on the art world, and Publicolor is thrilled to partner with Paula and the Estate of Sol LeWitt in recreating 2 of Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings in an underperforming school in New York City in 2015.

Our co-chairs for the evening include Gene+Barbara Kohn, Elissa+Greatneck Richman, Sascha Bauer, and Jeffrey Banks. We are thrilled that they will all be joining Publicolor Founder + President Ruth Lande Shuman for this high-energy event.

EMCEE | Mark Mitton

Mark Mitton is a professional magician who is fascinated by using magic to better understand how we see the world. In addition to performing at private and corporate events all over the world, and creating magic for film, television, the Broadway stage, and Cirque du Soleil, Mark tirelessly explores the theme of perception from an interdisciplinary standpoint.

He was the apprentice to legendary sleight-of-hand master and vaudevillian Slydini, and a long-time student of Ozzie Malini – the son of turn-of-the-century magician Max Malini. He studied Commedia dell’Arte in Italy, physical comedy with David Shiner, and ancient street performing arts in Japan.

6PM | PAINTING + COCKTAILS | Colorful cocktails + painting with some of our city’s leading architects, artists + designers

Unique silent auction featuring one-of-a-kind tote bags created by top designers

7:30PM | DINNER + PROGRAM | Seated dinner, standing ovations

COLORFUL + FESTIVE ATTIRE (Tyvek jumpsuits will be provided)

Interested in becoming one of our corporate partners? Event sponsorship comes with unique benefits, download our sponsorship opportunities for more information. Thank you!

A special thanks to San Benedetto for their generous donation of both flat and sparkling water for the event.