Monday, January 24th – Thursday, February 13th, 2020

Grown in Haiti - Alpha Arts Fundraiser

Exhibition Overview:

It takes a village to make a difference!
Join newly-appointed curator of The Gallery Sadaf Padder of @AlphaArtsAlliance for a night of arts and activism!. Let’s celebrate local arts and unite to raise funds for Grown in Haiti as they reforest and build the region’s first community center, giving the youth of Jacmel, Haiti a safe, recreational place to learn and play.

Art exhibition includes visual, sculptural and interactive works by Diane Wah, Kaheim Archer, Kervin Andre, Natalia Zamparini, Lavan Wright, Markus Prime, Mike Baca, Nicholas Oh, Paula Hyppolite, Rachel Finelli, Sidney Etienne, Virginie Bonhomme and Zina Anne. All artwork sold in benefit of Grown in Haiti. Every dollar donated plants one tree in Haiti.

Live music by saxophonist Eli Fola, rappers Young Toussaint and PrOWL, vocalist Tina, and guitarist Smiley Rodriguez.
Sponsored by La Maison & Velier, Duke Spirit, Brooklyn Sweet Spot & the Veganease.

The Galleries at The Factory LIC are operated and curated by LIC Arts Open and the spaces are provided courtesy of Atlas Capital Group. Many thanks to Jay Fehskens, Evan McKelvey and Jonathan Mehr for their support.
Gallery Director/Executive Director @ LIC Arts Open
Gallery Contact: Richard Mazda
Richard@licartsopen.org
Curator @ LIC Arts Open
Contact: Sadaf Padder
sadaf@licartsopen.org

General Admission

Free Admission
Gallery Hours: Daily, 9 AM - 9 PM

Opening Reception

January 24th, 2020 @ 7:00 PM

Closing Reception

February 13th, 2020 @ 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Location

Gallery Two at The Factory LIC, LIC, 30-30 47th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101 (Map Below)

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Map & Location

Gallery Two at The Factory LIC
Address: 30-30 47th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101

Location: With quick and easy access to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, the building is situated amidst the best of New York business, culture, and leisure. The Factory is at the epicenter of what is quickly becoming New York’s most exciting neighborhood.
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Note: The Galleries at The Factory LIC are operated and curated by LIC Arts Open throughout the year and the spaces are provided courtesy of Atlas Capital Group.

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