Miami Art Exhibit Raises Funds for Animal Sanctuary While Raising Awareness of All Things Endangered
ENDANGERED: Art4Apes Fine Art & Photography Contest Exhibition Returns to Miami Dec 5-8, 2018
By: Watkins PR
ENDANGERED: Art4Apes was launched in 2012 to raise awareness of issues facing animals and the environment. Each submission reflects the interpretation of "endangered,"
ENDANGERED: Art4Apes will host a series of special events. Opening at 2 P.M. on Wednesday, December 5, the exhibition will include live painting programs by Karen Kliethermes, a Colorado-based visionary artist, illustrator and instructor; a photography masterclass, taught by Ted Schiffman, a student of Ansel Adams, National Geographic photographer and author; and, panel discussions with artists and photographers on capturing wildlife in photos and paintings. The final day of the exhibition, Saturday, December 8, will include special programs for young artists, including an art class with Karen Kliethermes and a visual photographic safari, led by Ted Schiffman. A cocktail reception will take place each evening of the exhibition.
The ENDANGERED: Art4Apes Exhibition will be held at Dade Heritage Trust at 190 SE 12th Terrace, Miami, FL 33131. A full schedule of events can be found at http://www.Art4Apes.com. Guests to the Ted Schiffman workshops should R.S.V.P. to Lindsey@Art4Apes.com as seating is limited for these events. For more information, visit https://www.Art4Apes.com.
About ENDANGERED: Art4Apes
The ENDANGERED: Art4Apes Fine Art and Photography Contest, was launched in 2012 to raise awareness of issues facing animals and the environment. The contest receives entries from all over the world. Entry fees and proceeds support the Center for Great Apes, a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit sanctuary for orangutans and chimpanzees. For more information about the ENDANGERED: Art4Apes Art & Photography Contest and Exhibition visit https://www.Art4Apes.com.
About Center for Great Apes
The Center for Great Apes is a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit sanctuary for orangutans and chimpanzees. The Center for Great Apes' mission is to provide a permanent sanctuary for orangutans and chimpanzees who have been rescued or retired from the entertainment industry, from research, or who are no longer wanted as pets. The sanctuary is home to 21 orangutans and 28 chimpanzees. The Center provides care with dignity in a safe, healthy, and enriching environment for great apes in need of lifetime care. It is the only orangutan sanctuary in North America and one of the leading chimpanzee sanctuaries in the world. The Center receives no government funding and relies on memberships, donations, private grants and fundraising efforts to support this vital work. www.CenterForGreatApes.org.