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The DUMBO Arts Center (DAC)

Exhibition Detail
5TH ANNUAL WAGMAG BENEFIT 2010
30 Washington Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201


March 13th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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> QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Other
WEBSITE:  
http://www.dumboartscenter.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
brooklyn
EMAIL:  
gallery@dumboartscenter.org
PHONE:  
(718) 694-0831
OPEN HOURS:  
Wednesday - Sunday 12PM - 6PM
ARTS ORGANIZATION:  
Daniel Aycock
TAGS:  
Benefit, event, WAGMAG
> DESCRIPTION

Advanced Viewing: Thursday March 4th from 6-8pm during the DUMBO First Thursday event.
March 5-7, from 1-6pm; March 12, from 1-6pm and March 13, from 1-4pm

Reception and Raffle of work March 13th, from 6-8pm
Admission is $10, tickets for the artwork drawing are $175 till March 10th, after which $200

Featuring Artists from:

A.M. Richards, AIR, Alice Chilton/Grace Space, Art 101, Brooklyn Artists Gym, Brooklynite, Camel Art Space, Causey Contemporary, C.C.C.P, Cinders, Creative Thriftshop, DAC, Dam Stulhltrager , English Kills, Eyelevel, Factory Fresh, Figureworks, Fleetwing, Front Room, Fuseworks, Gallery 440, Gitana Rosa, Hogar Collection, Invisible Dog, Jack the Pelican, Jon Frum, K&K, Kentler Art Space, Leo Kesting, Like the Spice, Micro Museum, Mighty Tanaka, Momenta, Nurture Arts, Pierogi, Open Source, Parker’s Box , Privateer, Slate, Tabla Rasa, Umbrage, VII Photo, and more…

Artists

Ethan Crenson/Amanda Alic, Gary Baldwin, Cecilia Biagini, Suzanne Broughel, Ken Butler, Gregory Curry , Peggy Cyphers, Rob de Oude, Lisa DiLillo, Eric Doeringer, Daria Dorosh, Hilary Doyle, Robert Egert, Gail Flanery, Peter Fox, Yoko Furusho, Linda Ganjian, Sarah Gamble, Andrew Garn, Guillaume Gilbert, Amy Greenfield, Carl Gunhouse, Erik Guzman, Amy Hill, Sean Hemmeerle, Ed Herman, Jason Irwin, JMR, Charles Koegel, Diana Krumins, Meghan LeBorious , Jesse Lambert, Yulia Lanina, Kathryn Macnaughton, Meredith McNeal, Stephen Maine, Karen Marston, Mark Masyga, Patrick May, Matt Miller, Rebecca Morgan, Loren Munk, Florence Neal, Brent Owens, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Gelah Penn , Puffarella, Ross Racine, Ron Richter, James Reeder, Alexander Reyna, Stuart Shedletsky, Skewville, Tom Smith, Roger Stevens, Nancy Storrow, Miho Suzuki, Wanda Taylor Remington, Chris Twomey, Ian Trask, Daniel Weiner, Don Voisine, Alun Williams, Amy Williams, Mika Yokobori. and more..


WAGMAG is pleased to present its Fifth annual benefit to support its mission to promote the arts in Brooklyn. WAGMAG, a Brooklyn Art Guide is a 501c nonprofit, and the only Brooklyn art guide that chronicles the art activities of galleries and art events in Brooklyn, non-fee based on a monthly basis. WAGMAG lists galleries free of charge so it can be all inclusive and show the fullest vision of what the galleries in Brooklyn are doing. Our annual benefit is crucial to the survival of WAGMAG, and a great way to see the varied nature of art that is being created and represented in Brooklyn.

All galleries included in WAGMAG are have been invited to participate in this exhibition, as well as some prominent artists from the area. The resulting exhibition will not only generate much needed funding for WAGMAG but also reflect the spirit and personality of the Brooklyn art community.

This is a great event for art lovers in the area, with approximately 100 pieces of artwork generously donated by local galleries and artists for the raffle during the event evening, Saturday March 13, 2010 from 6-8pm. It will be held in the historic Gair No. 6 buiding, on the corner of Washington and Front Street in DUMBO, generously provided by Two Trees. There will be a festive atmosphere with food, drinks sponsored by Pernod absinthe and the Brooklyn Brewery. (must be 21 or over)

Where: 81 Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
Advanced raffle tickets - $175
Tickets purchased after March 10th - $200
Each raffle ticket guarantees an artwork. Artwork will be selected on the benefit evening by a raffle-style drawing, that determines the order in which ticketholders make their selection.

All proceeds will go towards the operation and production of WAGMAG. Your donation helps us continue and we appreciate your support!

Tickets are available now online on the WAGMAG website wagmag.org

Tickets purchased online will be held at the gallery until the evening of the benefit.


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