THE WASSAIC PROJECT’S INAUGURAL 2011 HOLIDAY CHEER MIXER & SILENT ART AUCTION ON DECEMBER 8
DRINKS • LIVE MUSIC • DJ SETS • PHOTO BOOTH • ART!
Thursday, December 8, 2011
6-8PM: Silent Auction / open bar
8-10PM: DJ / cash bar
The Invisible Dog Art Center
51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
(F/G trains to Bergen St)
$25 until Thursday, November 24
$40 after and at door
To purchase tickets online, visit www.brownpapertickets.com/
The Wassaic Project, an artist-run multidisciplinary arts organization located in a renovated mill in the hamlet of Wassaic, New York, will hold its first annual Holiday Cheer Mixer & Art Matcher on Thursday, December 8, at The Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, New York. The ticketed event includes a silent auction from 6-8PM, including affordable works by emerging and established artists. The evening will also feature an open bar from 6-8PM, a photo booth, DJ sets by Tim Love Lee and Superspirit, and over fifty 5 x 7-inch exclusive works by Wassaic Project alumni, available to purchase for only $60.
Silent Auction Artists // Joshua Frankel, Patrick Gantert, Ghost of a Dream, Jeila Gueramian, Sarah Hardesty, Janine Iversen, Karl LaRocca, Tricky Walsh, Masako Miki, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Kristen Schiele, Amanda Tiller, Breanne Trammell & Bowie Zunino, Chloe Watson, James Weingrod
Benefit Committee // Scott Anderson & Jeila Gueramian, Elan Bogarin, Tess Bricker, Nicholas Cohn, Cherie Aarts Coley, Charlie Davidson, Danielle Durchslag, Simon & Kara Gerson, Eric Gleason, Liliana Greenfield-Sanders, Suzanne Hader, Sarah Hardesty, Emma Katz, Steven Kim, Kate Kittredge, Andrew O’Laughlin, Jessica Shaefer, Callie Siegel & Nate Guild, Brian Wane, James Weingrod, Damian and Britt Zunino.
ABOUT THE WASSAIC PROJECT
The Wassaic Project is an artist-run sustainable, multidisciplinary arts organization that focuses on community engagement and facilitates artists and participants to exhibit, discuss, and connect with art, each other, our unique site, and the surrounding community. We seek to make connections between artists of all disciplines. We facilitate interaction and collaboration among artists and the public by utilizing our historic location to create new ways of working in the arts and to inspire new ways of seeing art. The Wassaic Project’s activities include an annual summer festival, a year-round artist residency, studio visits/critiques for artists involved with the organization by guest curators and visiting artists, artist workshops with community members, published catalogs, and fundraising exhibitions in Wassaic and New York City. Our programs intend to generate dialogue and collaboration across geographic, ideological and disciplinary boundaries.
For more information, visit: www.wassaicproject.org.