Future Uncertain For Logan's Nonprofit 'Jump The Moon' Art Studio
Jump the Moon, the colorful Main Street art studio that specializes in assisting and inspiring people with disabilities, is in need of some assistance itself as it faces deadlines to vacate its current space and struggles to secure enough funding to resume the program elsewhere.
The short-term mission is to get moved out. But for studio director Michael Bingham, who suffered severe injuries in an accident two years ago, this will be difficult without some help, and he has issued an appeal to community members to pitch in however they can.
If you have ever been to Jump the Moon, you know it’s a menagerie of large art displays, art supplies and equipment custom-designed by Bingham to help disabled people create works of art. Among the displays is a giant Rubik’s Cube and 12-foot long, 800-pound astronaut replica hanging from the ceiling that Bingham created for a Salt Lake City art display some years ago. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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