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International Children's Art Supply Drive
Post #1396 • September 25, 2009, 7:35 AM • 2 Comments
Taking place tonight at my Miami gallery.
Join us this Friday evening, Sept 25, 7-10 pm at Dorsch Gallery, 151 NW 24th Street, Wynwood Art District; for The International Children's Art Supply Drive to benefit the kids of Escuelita de Nosara in Costa Rica. Hosted by Sweat Records and independent curator Nina Arias.
On view at gallery 3 beautiful solo exhibitions by artists: Peter Barrett, Michelle Hailey and Amanda Burnham.
Live Music by local favorite Jesse Jackson, and complimentary drinks sponsored by Bacardi.
$5 door cover or donate any new/gently used art supplies.
Followed by After Party @ Fridays at The Vagabond with a live performance by Panic Bomber.
Art supplies and donations may include: paints, brushes, pencils, color pencils, charcoals, drawing papers, construction papers, sketch books, canvas, crayons, pastels, markers, water colors, paste, craft kits, clay, hot glue guns, etc. Gift Certificates to Art Stores like Pearls, Utrecht, Rex Art, and ID Art Supplies, are also welcomed. Feel free to think outside the box for creative art supply donations, and please visit La Escuelita de Nosara's web site.
All donations benefit La Escuelita de Nosara, a non-profit association, providing creative educational opportunities to the children of Nosara, Costa Rica. Tax-deductible donations can be made through Friends of Nosara. This non-profit corporation is recognized as a public charity under Section 501 (c) (3) of the US Internal Revenue Code. Its purpose is to support charitable educational, cultural, civic and social activities in Nosara. Please include a notation in the memo section of the check that the money is to be directed to Escuelita de Nosara. Official receipts will be issued for your tax return.
September 25, 2009, 10:28 AM
Nobody does that in Miami, MC. Too much like real work.
September 25, 2009, 8:44 AM
Make sure those kids get some welding rods and a study pair of leather gauntlets.