Harlem Art Gallery Cocktail Reception | Fri 4/20
Friday, April 20, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
** LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR / CASH AND CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED **
Harlem’s Renaissance Continues.
Join us as we introduce you to one of the newest Black-owned and operated art galleries on the scene, the Knox Gallery.
Located in a newly renovated Harlem brownstone, the gallery features three light-filled, warm and inviting floors of contemporary African-American and multicultural art. Hors d’oeuvres, champagne and spirits will be served. A musical trio will also perform.
Admission is $50 per person.
All proceeds will be donated to the SAT Test Prep Scholarship (STEPS) Program, which provides economically disadvantaged, yet academically high-achieving Black and Hispanic NYC public high school students with free Kaplan SAT prep and college application classes. STEPS is an initiative of the NYU Stern School of Business Association of Hispanic and Black Business Students (AHBBS) and alumni, Columbia Business School African American Alumni Association and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs.
PURCHASE IN ADVANCE: Click here to purchase tickets by making a tax-deductible contribution to STEPS via Facebook Causes.
PURCHASE AT THE DOOR: You still must register by clicking on the green 'Register' button at the top of the page. Cash and credit cards will be accepted at the door.
STEPS is an initiative of the following organizations:
The event sponsors include the Knox Gallery, Media Kitchen Culinary Concept & Branson B Lifestyle Brands and Black Ivy Events.
* Once you register, your name will be added to the guest list. No physical ticket will be sent to you but EventBrite will e-mail you a receipt. Print this receipt or save it to your phone and bring it with you to the event for ease of entry.
* If you RSVP for guests, please fill in their names as additional guests when you register.
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Black Ivy Events, Inc.
Black Ivy Events, Inc., was founded by Tiffani Scott as a private company that caters to the social, professional and civic interests of alumni of color from the eight Ivy League institutions. Our dynamic social events bring together an exceptional community of discerning professionals. Our goal is to reinforce the ties throughout this elite alumni network. We also continue to forge partnerships with not-for-profits such as Brown University's Inman Page Black Alumni Council (IPC).
View photos from past events in the Gallery of our website.