Art for the Cash Poor 13 Preview Party: Friday, June 8, 2012, 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Preview night in partnership with The Food Trust.
Come preview the work of some of the participating artists on the weekend at a special party to support InLiquid and the Food Trust!
A new component to the Art for the Cash Poor event – The Friday Night Preview will allow avid art collectors, fans of participating artists, and the public to take pleasure in a sneak peak. Be among the first to purchase work prior to the weekend long event from a selection of the participating artists, all while supporting The Food Trust and InLiquid, and enjoying food and light entertainment. *All proceeds will be split between the two organizations at the Preview event.
Ticket price is $50 and includes (Click here to purchase tickets):
• Support not one, but TWO great organizations – InLiquid and The Food Trust!
• Preview & purchase the work of 50 artists and crafters who are participating over the weekend
|• Light entertainment|
• One raffle ticket for a special Friday night drawing of 5 original works of art (additional will be available to purchase at event).
Sneak a peak here
• Food & Beverages by these delicious folks:
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Participating artists include:
Anna Beau Designs, Basement Press / Eli VandenBerg, Debs Bleicher, Mikal Brutzman / Micari Arts Philly, Piety Choi, Nancy Citrino, Rhoda Crawford, EA Effect, Eric N. Fausnacht, Beverly Fisher, Daniel Gafanhoto, Megan Grugan, Gwen Soffer Jewelry, Marie T Harris, Stephanie Harvey, Patrick Hay, Nell Hazinski, Jennifer Hermann, Rebecca Jacoby, Dianne Koppisch Hricko, Bruce Kravetz, James Labold, Bobby Lerza, Lino Clothing, Liz Kinder Ceramics, Cara Long, Del Lovett, Leah Macdonald, Kevin Mack, Carol Anne McErlean, Nicole Rae Styer, David Ohl, Paradigm Gallery + Studio, Ilene Pearlman, Gillian Pokalo, Lorri Primavera, Penelope Rakov, Recycled Rowhouse, Iman Roder, Sara Schuenemann, Laurel Schwass-Drew, Kathleen Scullion, Justin Myer Staller, StitchPrism, Sultana Maria Jewelry, and Stefani Threet.
About the Beneficiaries:
*The Food Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that strives to make healthy food available to all. Working with neighborhoods, schools, grocers, farmers and policy makers, they’ve developed a comprehensive approach that combines nutrition education and greater availability of affordable, healthy food.
**InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists while serving as a free, online public hub for arts information in the Philadelphia area. By providing the public with immediate access to view the portfolios and credentials of over 280 artists and designers via the internet; through meaningful partnerships with other cultural organizations; through community-based activities and exhibitions; and through an extensive online body of timely art information, InLiquid brings to light the richness of our region’s art activity, broadens audiences, and heightens appreciation for all forms of visual culture.