Inliquid Projects

Art for the Cash Poor 14: Friday Night Preview

Committee Chair
Bracd Richards

Planning Committee
R.C. Atlee
Michael Delbene
Rudy Flesher
Dave Gloss
Bryan Hoffman
Adam Hymans
Matthew Ray

Participating Artists
Anthopolis
Aryal Ames Jewelry
Bill Brookover
Jeff Brown
The Chase Studios
Rachel Citrino
Coalition Ingenu
Brian Croney
Jessica Doyle
Emaline Designs
GearForms
Barbara Gesshel
Lisa Hecht
Lisa Imperiale
Rachel Isaac
Rebecca Jacoby
Delia King
Dianne Koppisch Hricko
Carla Liguori
Liz K
Logical Hue
Macalania
Chris Macan
Maisha Design
Manic Muse
Maximal Art
Carol Anne McErlean
Melanie Miller
Monarch
Laura K. Murdoch
Lee Muslin
Tami Novatin
Old Blood
Elisabeth Olver
J. A. Panetta
Patrick Michael Accessories
Peet Sketches
Bret Pendlebury
Perfect Cursive
Gillian Pokalo
Karen Powers
QuiltsByMara
Penelope Rakov
Kathy Robinson
L.S. Drew Graphics
Holly Schwiebert
Marsha Sickles
James Singewald
James Tafel Shuster
Threet Ceramics
John Y. Wind
Wrong World Ceramics

Art for the Cash Poor 14 Preview Party: Friday, June 7, 2013, 5:30 – 9 pm

AIDS Fund

Preview night in partnership with AIDS Fund.

Come preview the work of some of the participating artists on the weekend at a special party to support InLiquid and the AIDS Fund!

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 InLiquid and AIDS Fund, and enjoying food and light entertainment. *The ticket proceeds will be divided between the two organizations for the Preview event.

 

  Special Hosts   Music provided by Feed the Muse
  Maria Papadakis + John Y. Wind   Matt Wong + Wayne Hsu
       
  Wood Carving   Interactive Art Installation
  Roger Wing   FIGMENT: New American Public Art
Truffles el dorado Tito's Philadelphia Brewing Co

 

TICKETS ON SALE NOW
$30 for a single ticket or
$50 for two tickets – date night special
*first 50 ticket sales receives a limited edition print by Chris Macan

To purchase tickets
visit bit.ly/AFTCPpre
To purchase tickets by phone, call 215-235-3405

Tickets
or mail a check to:
AFTCP14 Preview c/o InLiquid 1400 N. American Street, #314, Philadelphia, PA 19122

 

* Arrive in style to Art for the Cash Poor with Uber! Uber, "everyone’s private driver", allows you to order speedy black car service right from your personal phone via smart phone app or SMS service.

We’re proud to announce we’ve partnered with Uber to provide all guests who are new users their first ride FREE up to $20 the night of the event with promotional code CASHPOOR13.

Create an account by visiting uber.com/go/CASHPOOR13 or by downloading the mobile app and signing up with promotional code CASHPOOR13.*

 


About the Beneficiaries:
*AIDS Fund produces a variety of fundraising and awareness programs throughout the year, including AIDS Walk Philly, AIDS Run Philly, GayBINGO!, Black-Tie GayBINGO!, World AIDS Day, and Workplace Giving Campaigns. The AIDS Fund grant program supports partner organizations in the Philadelphia Region that provide AIDS and HIV-related services, education, and prevention including increasing public awareness of HIV/AIDS issues. AIDS Fund is also the Philadelphia affiliate of The Names Project, curating panels of The AIDS Memorial Quilt for a local audience. The 27th Annual AIDS Walk Philly will take place on Sunday, October 20, 2013.

**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.

 
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