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Celebrating John Milton’s 400th Birthday: Paradise Lost Art Show

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Adammeeteve
Adam, Meet Eve, 2008 Acrylic © Frank Krasicki All Rights Reserved
Thesweetrecess
THE SWEET RECESS of EVE, 2008 Oil on Canvas 30 X 24 Inches © rodica miller
Celebrating John Milton’s 400th Birthday: Paradise Lost Art Show
Curated by: Terrance Lindall, Yuko Nii

135 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11211
September 27th, 2008 - November 2nd, 2008
Opening: September 27th, 2008 8:00 PM - 12:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.wahcenter.net
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
williamsburg/greenpoint
EMAIL:  
wahcenter@earthlink.net
PHONE:  
(718) 486-6012
TAGS:  
LOST, Paradise, party, Birthday, 400th, Milton's, John, figurative, pop, surrealism, abstract, sculpture, mixed-media, installation, performance, conceptual
CHILDREN:  
This event is appropriate for children

DESCRIPTION

Opening Reception: THE GRAND PARADISE LOST COSTUME BALL
Saturday, September 27th, 8pm to midnite

THE GRAND PARADISE LOST COSTUME BALL
Saturday, September 27th
8pm to midnite

"As sinfully delicious as ‘Man's first disobedience' and the most fabulous extravaganza since Adam & Eve had to cover their nakedness!"

Featuring the JC Hopkins Biggish Swing Band, and Human Kinetics Movement Arts with Yana Schnitzler (recently performed at the Metropolitan Museum), Olek fashion models performing throughout the three floors of exhibits. Also; Adam & Eve video art, birthday salutations, good food and drink, more.

Tickets $40.
To order by email: let us know how many tickets you want and we will send you a Paypal invoice.
Or send a check to:
WAH Center, 135 Broadway, Brooklyn NY 11211
You will receive a confirmation of your order and the tickets will be sent two weeks prior to the ball.

 

 

 

ABOUT THE SHOW

Couched amid historical artifacts and contemporary art celebrating PARADISE LOST, the greatest poem in the English language. Perhaps the largest birthday party for Milton in the world, with poets, artists and composers. We will be documenting this extravaganza on video to produce a documentary for this historical event that we believe will be seen for centuries to come. Milton's centennial birthday will not come again for another 100 years. Be part of it! If you attend the gala, you will probably be in this video!