LegalArt Relaunches as Cannonball, Celebrates Its Tenth Anniversary

In some ways, it ended up being a good thing that when we turned 10 years old, our mom didn't let us change our name to He Man. But when LegalArt held a party on Friday night to celebrate its name change to Cannonball in advance of its tenth anniversary, it was an auspicious renaissance that will likely spur few wedgies from the bigger arts organizations. (If only we'd been so lucky.)

As a mix of collectors and creatives mingled throughout four floors of cocktails and art installations, Cultist snuck off into a corner with executive director Chris Cook to find out what's next for Cannonball and to justify the four pounds of passed hors d'oeuvres that we ate.

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