TWO DAYS until Gowanus ArtWorks 2016

. June 1, 2016

ArtWorks 2016 Thursday, June 2nd, 2016 7:00 – 10:00 pm Gowns Loft 61 9th Street, Brooklyn

It’s only two days until ArtWorks 2016 and we’ve got just a few tickets left! Don’t miss your chance to join us for the annual fundraiser for Arts Gowanus where you get to take home a piece of art… It’s going to be a incredible night of art appreciation, celebrating our local arts community and awesome food & drink.

Gowanus ArtWorks 2016DELICIOUS LOCAL SPONSORS + OPEN BAR!
We’re thrilled that Bombay Sapphire gin has joined us as a sponsor and will be bringing their open bar!* This is in addition to the wonderful local businesses who will be providing additional refreshments; wine from Gowanus Wine Merchants, sweets by Buttermilk Channel and appetizers by Runner & Stone, Lavender Lake, and Whole Foods.

*This is event is for ages 21+

TAKE HOME THE ART!

So whether you’re an experienced collector or curious to take the plunge, we hope you will join us for a night of art and artists from the Gowanus neighborhood where you get to TAKE HOME ONE PIECE OF ORIGINAL ARTWORK from a Gowanus artist. All proceeds support the critical mission of Arts Gowanus to promote, support, and advocate for local artists and a sustainable arts community in the Gowanus neighborhood.

Bring your fellow art lovers. Appreciate artwork made by Gowanus artists. Enjoy drinks, delicious appetizers, and desserts. Meet artists and art lovers. And support the work of Arts Gowanus.

And then TAKE HOME one of the artworks.

$250 Individual Ticket: Includes entrance to event for ONE and ONE piece of original artwork
$300 Couples Ticket: Includes entrance to event for TWO and ONE piece of original artwork

Only 75 tickets are available. We’re down to the last ones so get yours now!

Here is a small sample of the contributed artwork that you could go home with…
Art by Ai Cambell, Justin Neely, Bob Hagan, Rachel Bernstein, Monical Bernal, and Chris Lucius.

More information: www.artsgowanus.org

Category: Fine Art News

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