1st Annual I Believe Art Gala To Benefit the Race for Adam Foundation

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Sports artist Edgar J. Brown hosts the 1st annual I Believe Art Gala to benefit the Race for Adam Foundation 6 PM on June 2, 2012 at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA.

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The Race for Adam Foundation began in 2005 and is a volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to funding research projects for the treatment and cure for Niemann-Pick Type C disease (NP-C) and related neurodegenerative disorders. Only 500 people in worldwide suffer from these terminal disorders. Adam Recke, a child with NP-C, has embraced life and along with his family has touched the lives of many. The 1st Annual I Believe Art Gala will help to raise awareness as well as fund research of NP-C and related disorders.

Sports evolution from the gridiron to the cage is the theme of Brown's art exhibit. Each guest will receive a limited edition “I Believe” fine art print signed by Edgar J. Brown, “One of the most-sought after sports artists in the world.”

The gala will be a fun-filled evening featuring more than just art. Guests will be joined by Artie Miller, sleight-of-hand magician, who will dazzle them with his magical talents. Guests will receive Swag Bags and have the opportunity to meet celebrity athletes from the Super Bowl, NFL, MLB and UFC™. The gala offers an evening of live music as well. Musicians Paul Rosevear and Scott Marshall will perform throughout the evening as guests enjoy hors d’oeuvres and drinks.

RSVPs for this event must be received no later than May 5, 2012. To register, visit http://www.edgarbrown.com/vip.php. Proceeds of this event will be donated to the Race for Adam Foundation.

For more information, contact artist representative Deborah Carbonaro at 610.737.7775 or email her at dlcarbonaro(at)edgarbrown(dot)com.

The ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks is a performing arts center with both indoor and outdoor venues and is pleased to be involved in the I Believe Art Gala to benefit The Race for Adam Foundation.

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