“In these uncertain times does it seems the world is reaching a Critical Mass?
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 4, 2010
New York City non profit organization Art For Progress will be hosting Critical Mass, a group art exhibition, on Friday, October 15th at the HeadQuarters Gallery in Tribeca, 385 Broadway, second floor. Curated by Natalie Kates (http://www.nataliekates.com), the exhibit asks “In these uncertain times does it seems the world is reaching a Critical Mass? What will be the tipping point for a new order or action to occur and will it be in the name of evolution or revolution?”
The 16-artist show consists of sculpture, painting, photography and digital art. The participating artists are as follows: Adam Cohen, Berette Macaulay, Chris Soria, Gabe Kirchheimer, Ione Citrin, Fareeha Khawaja, JAK, Jeanne Wilkinson, Juan Manuel Pajares, Kenneth Yee, Lance Dehne, Marina Reiter, Max Greis, Philip Simmons, Sima Schloss and Yuriy Bobrykov.
A hard-bound book featuring the artists will be available to commemorate the show.
Art For Progress, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2004, is comprised of international artists, designers, film makers, DJ’s, and musicians. AFP provides artists with multiple benefits, supportive services, and exposure both on-line and at special events, while also providing arts education to NYC public school kids.
Music from DJ Dennis Sebayan
Go to http://www.artforprogress.org for full event details.
RSVP is required - events(at)artforprogress(dot)org.
In addition to the opening reception, “Critical Mass” will be on view Saturday, October 16th from 12-4pm.
Contact: April Joy Miala, Public Relations Coordinator, aprilmiala(at)gmail(dot)com
Art For Progress
"Creative Culture Accelerating Social Change"
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