ART SHOP! The Sale and Party to Benefit Franklin Street Works
Saturday, November 23, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
In celebration of our two-year anniversary, Franklin Street Works is hosting its first fundraiser party on Saturday, November 23 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm!
The fundraiser will highlight the collaborations in contemporary art, urban planning, publishing, new media and other fields that have made the space a leading cultural destination in the region. The accompanying exhibition (Nov. 2 – Dec. 1) will be a pop-up shop featuring portable multiples made by artists who exhibited here in our first two years.
Items will include zines, videos, calendars, glasses, buttons, artists books and more! They will be available at sale prices from $3.00 and up, giving everyone a chance to take something home. Works will only be for sale at the November 23 party. Participating Artists: Michael Asbill, Trisha Baga, Francis Cape, Choi Dachal and Jennyfer Haddad, Holly Danger, Christopher DeLaurenti, Simon Draper, Matt Ducklo, Stuart Elster, Lindsey Eskind, Kent Evans, Bethany Fancher, Flint Public Art Project, Flower Tour, T Foley, Marley Freeman, Ben Goddard, Ilana Halperin, Veronica Hryn, Jared Haug, Rachel Higgins, Ann Hirsch, Dana Hoey, David Horvitz, Tehching Hsieh, Hudson Valley Seed Library, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Renee Kahn, Tara Kelton, Karsten Krejcarek and Seth Kelly, Emily Larned, Mads Lynnerup, NPeaches, Jeff Ostergren, Andrea Reynosa, Emily Roz and Carmelle Safdie, Joshua Seidner, Trevor Shimzu, Brooke Singer and Ricardo Miranda, Gordon Skinner, Stephen Sollins, Rbt. Sps., Second Front, Brent Stewart, Penelope Umbrico, Siebren Versteeg, Linda Weintraub, Grant Worth, Helen Zajkowski, Dzmitry Zhykh.
General admission: $35.00
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