WAGMAG, BROOKLYN ART GUIDE BENEFIT 2012
SAVE THE DATE, MAY 8th
When: Tuesday May 8th from 7-9pm
Where: The Boiler: 191 North 14th Street, in Williamsburg Brooklyn
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE:
WAGMAG Celebrates 11 Years!!
Please help support our mission to promote the arts in Brooklyn. WAGMAG, Brooklyn Art Guide is a 501c (3) nonprofit, and the only Brooklyn art guide that chronicles the art activities of art venues in Brooklyn, on a monthly basis.
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, Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 from 7-9pm. The resulting exhibition will not only generate much needed funding for WAGMAG but also reflect the spirit and personality of the Brooklyn art community. It will be held at The Boiler, 191 North 14th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. There will be a festive atmosphere with food, drinks, and a wonderful selection of artworks from prominent artists in Brooklyn.
Advanced raffle tickets – $200
Tickets purchased after May 6th – $225
Each raffle ticket guarantees an artwork. Artwork will be selected on the benefit evening by a raffle-style drawing, which determines the order in which ticketholders make their selection.
Tickets for the artwork raffle are available for $200 up until May 6th, after which tickets will be available for $225 each. Any remaining tickets for the artwork raffle will be $225 on the event evening, as availability permits. Each ticket guarantees a work of art. There will be an entrance fee for admission to the benefit event of $20 for non-ticket holders.
All proceeds will go towards the operation and production of WAGMAG, Brooklyn Art Guide.
Many Thanks to The Boiler for hosting this year’s event.
Benefit Committee: Amanda Alic, Scott Adkins, Daniel Aycock, Ethan Crenson, Alicia Ehni, David Gibson, Enrico Gomez, Nasa Hadizadeh, Steve Harrington, Randall Harris, Mandy Kalajian, David Kesting, Lisa Levy, Julie Lohnes, Stephen Mallon, Jill McDermid, Karen Marston, Ellen Rand, Henry Sanchez, Ginger Shulick Porcella, Savannah Spirit, Emma Tapley, Kathleen Vance, Larry Walczak, Susie Watkins, Jenny Way and Monika Wuher.