Category: Ongoing Programs
Thanks to the generosity of many musicians over the years, we have several CDs and downloads of some great musical moments available for purchase in support of Rex. Check out this page for a list of the current offerings!
Last year’s fourth Rex Jam at the All Good Festival was a rousing success, raising $1,460.26 to support the musical instruments progam of Preston High School, located in the same West Virginia county as the festival. Thanks to these funds, the school was able to buy four sets of marching cymbals and send seven students […]
ORDER HERE In the July/August 2011 issue of Relix Magazine, Jeff Tamarkin says: “The Wheel is one tribute that Garcia would have loved….Some of the surprises are also among the highlights…and best of all, your purchase helps support the Rex Foundation.” Thanks to Jeff and Relix for their kind words, and to all involved with […]
Now at #2 on the Relix/Jambands.com Radio chart! David Shehi reviews Jerry Jams for Rex on Honest Tune! All proceeds from this release benefit the Rex Foundation August 9, 2010 marks the 15 year anniversary of legendary musician and Grateful Dead co-founder Jerry Garcia’s death. As a way to honor his musical and community legacy, […]
Arroyo High School’s student production, part of The World As It Could Be, allowed the young performers to develop and express their own insights on issues related to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Watch the video:Â Rex Foundation Executive Director Sandy Sohcot talks with Rexfoundation.org editor Mary Eisenhart about the inspiration and current state of the human rights education project The World As It Could Be.
Legendary artist Stanley Mouse, widely known for his collaboration with Alton Kelly and their creation of iconic Grateful Dead artwork, has worked his magic once again. In celebration of the Rex Foundation’s 25th Anniversary, Stanley has designed a fun and dazzling poster to commemorate many years on the bus, and those to come. The 15×22″ […]
Keller Williams Releases “REX” (Live at the Fillmore)
Grateful Grass Performance featuring
Keller Williams, Keith Moseley, and Jeff Austin
A Rex-sponsored original production created by Bay Area youth art organizations to educate and inspire youth and adults about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the importance of exerting the will to realize the world envisioned by the Declaration.