Fridge Art Fair NYC: Ice Cream Sundae Project: May 6-11 2014
Fridge Art Fair NYC: Ice Cream Sundae Project May 6-11 Art Week (Frieze Week) NYC Come in to The Fridge! The Art Fair that Cares!
TO RSVP: VIP@FRIDGEARTFAIR.COM
Fridge Art Fair: The Ice Cream Sundae Project presents A Gala to
Benefit City Critters Inc.
Tuesday, May 6, 6-9 PM at Angel Orensanz Center
Founder and director Eric Ginsburg, also an artist well known for his soulful and painterly portrayals of dogs (and now cats!), conceived the Fair last year to inviting and challenging diverse presenters to create a unique visual experience in an intimate environment. For this edition, Ginsburg is joined in organizing and envisioning the fair by New York artist, art journalist (Revolt Magazine, Huffington Post) and curator Linda DiGusta; educator, curator, writer and editor of StreetArtNYC, Lois Stavsky; and Brooklyn-based artist, curator and writer Jeanne Wilkinson as curator of the Video Lounge.
Established in 1992, The Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Arts is an artistic and cultural resource open to artists, writers, thinkers and leaders from around the world, and the surrounding community. It will publish a special edition of the magazine Artscape for the Fridge Art Fair.
Tickets for the Gala and the Fair will be available for purchase in March via the Fridge website. Regular fair hours are: Wednesday, May 7,Thursday May 8, & Friday May 9, 11-6; Saturday May 10 12-3; and Sunday May 11 12-8 pm. Exhibitor and Sponsorship opportunities at all levels are available for both the Gala and the Fair, please contact email@example.com
Fridge Art Fair is pleased to announce that City Critters Inc., a local animal rescue organization celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2014, will be the beneficiary of its Gala reception to be held Thursday, May 8, from 6-9 PM. Fridge once again features a small group of selected galleries and artists on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the “Ice Cream Edition” will be hosted by, and presented in collaboration with the Angel Orensanz Foundation at their Center for the Arts, 172 Norfolk Street, a historic and beautiful building well known on the cultural and social scenes in New York City.
A small 501(c)(3), City Critters Inc. works to rescue and place stray and abandoned cats, kittens, and occasionally dogs, as well as accepting animals at risk in the municipal shelter system for placement through their network. Volunteers also offer advice or assistance to local individuals on problems involving homeless cats and dogs, working within the community to support the human-animal bond in all ways possible.
To foster, adopt or support this important work, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their Facebook page -- https://www.facebook.com/
Fridge Website http://fridgeartfair.com/
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