William Quigley Show to Benefit The Price Center
The Price Center cordially invites you join us at the Quidley Gallery for a wine reception in support of our commitment to people with intellectual disabilities. Our reception will show the works of renowned contemporary artist, William Quigley.
Referred to as a “cultural catalyst,” William Quigley has been making a splash on both coasts. His work has been collected by a long list of celebrities and important contemporary art taste-makers since his first exhibition in 1985 (alongside work by Andy Warhol). Because Quigley shows primarily in New York and LA, this latest exhibit represents a unique opportunity for Quidley & Company to present his work to a Boston audience.
Quigley’s creativity and prolific output is closely matched by his generosity–his philanthropy seems to know no bounds. He co-created “Boards for Breast Cancer,” annually supports “Wounded Warriors,” and is hosting an opening this month in partnership with The Price Center, a Boston-based organization that supports teens and adults with developmental disabilities.
Founded in 1977, The Price Center provides community-based services for adults and teens with developmental disabilities. The Center offers a wide range of services while also collaborating with other community resources to help strengthen the impact of our work.
The Price Center supports people with developmental disabilities by encouraging personal growth and participation in the community through social, living and work experiences that foster independence and respect individual preference and diversity. We accomplish our mission through the implementation of day habilitation, residential, vocational, and family support services in the greater Boston area.