November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month. We kicked off Epilepsy awareness with a live art performance in Los Angeles and a national Omaze t-shirt fundraising campaign
Renowned fine artist and activist Ryan Weston Shook (also known as Saber) helped launch the Epilepsy Foundation’s first ever nationwide, multi-year campaign, Let’s Use Our Brains to End Epilepsy, with a live, public art performance on October 11th in Downtown Los Angeles. Saber who has epilepsy, created a massive art installation to bring attention to this brain disease and the need to find cures. The art performance was the inspiration for a new Omaze t-shirt fundraising campaign: All Brains Are Beautiful (order t-shirts here. The finished art will be auctioned as a fundraiser for the Foundation. Watch Saber in action here.
For more information about the Epilepsy Foundation and National Epilepsy Awareness Month, link here.