WHAT: Emerging and established artists throughout the Los Angeles community will come together again this summer to donate special works of art to be sold on a special evening to raise money for Project Angel Food. Most of the 200+ donated works will be priced from $250-$2500. GET ART 3 also serves as an inspiring platform for many to purchase and own original art. 100% of proceeds from GET ART 3 go to Project Angel Food. This event is the third highly-anticipated curated art sale produced by charity to support their mission of cooking and delivering free meals to people throughout Los Angeles struggling with life- threatening illnesses. Over 200 works will be available.
WHEN: Saturday, June 19, 2010
6:00-7:00 pm VIP Preview & Sale Admission: $100: Be among the first to choose your art piece.
7:00-11:00pm General Art Sale Admission: $10 in advance/ $15 at door
WHERE: Siren Studios, 6063 W. Sunset Boulevard/ Hollywood, CA 90028.
Hosted Cocktails, Food Available for Purchase, Valet & Street Parking.
HOW TO DONATE ART:
Please contact Kim Crabtree, Project Angel Food Special E vents Manager | email@example.com or 323.845.1800 ext. 255.
200+ FEATURED ARTISTS including: Noemi Torres, Mark Oberlin, Phyllis Diller, Johnny Nicoloro,
Jean De Paul, Mary Clark-Camargo, Randy Tat, Louis Cannizzaro, Hilary Taub, Chase Langford, Alex Schaefer, and Patrick Haemmerlein. For a complete list visit: WWW.GETART.ORG
ABOUT PROJECT ANGEL FOOD
Project Angel Food’s mission is to nourish the body and spirit of men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS, cancer, and
other life-threatening illnesses. It is the only organization delivering freshly-cooked, nutritiously-appropriate meals, free-of-charge
to men, women and children debilitated by life-threatening illnesses throughout all of Los Angeles County.
In 1989, Project Angel Food was conceived by a group of caring friends driven to action after witnessing their loved ones’ health
deteriorate as a result of disease and the malnutrition that accompanies it. The first meals were cooked and delivered out of a
donated church kitchen.21 years later, Project Angel Food is a nationally-respected organization with an involved Board of Directors, a professional staff and more than 1,500 active volunteers. Today, Project Angel Food cooks and delivers more than 13,000 meals a week to 1,600 clients for whom a healthy meal, delivered with a warm smile, is truly life-saving. www.projectangelfood.org