Art Connects New York 2nd Annual Spring Benefit
Art Connects Spring Benefit highlights include:
- Cocktail reception with the artists
- Tour led by curator Souleo
- Art sale – works by the commissioned artists & others
- Silent Auction – art, luxury & lifestyle offerings
- New Art Connects gift items
Commissioned Artists: Jeanine Alfieri, André St. Clair and Tavet Gillson, Uday K. Dhar, Greg Frederick, Kimberly Mayhorn, Beau McCall, Frank Sabatté.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015, 6-8pm
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts
529 W. 20th Street, Suite 6W, Chelsea
Join us in celebrating the Art Connects New York 2nd Annual Spring Benefit with the debut of our latest art exhibition for the True Colors Residence: New York City’s first and only permanent, supportive housing for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth with a history of homelessness.
Art Connects New York partnered with True Colors to create Art Connects New York’s first permanent exhibition of all-commissioned new artworks. Under the guidance of Harlem-based curator, Souleo, eight contemporary artists were paired with True Colors residents to create original, mixed media portraits of their community.
The Art Connects Spring Benefit will be the exclusive preview of these new works before they are permanently installed at the True Colors Residence in Harlem this summer!
YES! I would like to attend the Art Connects New York Benefit on June 9th and support Art Connects’ programming.
Tickets are processed securely using Paypal:
$100 ticket – supports an artist honorarium
$250 ticket – provides professional framing of an artwork
$500 ticket – funds a curator’s fee
NO, I cannot attend but I would like to support
Art Connects New York with a donation.
The True Colors placement is Art Connects New York’s 36th permanent curated installation of contemporary art that we have created for social service agencies–free of charge. Funds from this Spring Benefit will support the True Colors educational and outreach programs and the continuation of Art Connects’ work in the coming year.
Art Connects New York’s placements are in all five boroughs of New York City, enrich the lives of approximately 100,000 of partner agencies’ constituents each year, and reflect the commitment of over 400 New York City artists who have donated their work.
Art Connects New York’s programs are supported in part by The Art Connection and Fay Slover Fund at the Boston Foundation, public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, eMarketer, the New York Council for the Humanities, The Puffin Foundation, and numerous generous contributions from our individual donors.