An art experience that inspires sustainability, economy, and well-being of the oceans.
Wilton, CT (PRWEB) April 28, 2018
On Friday, May 4, the stage is set with a one-of-a-kind immersive art experience featuring fifty international artists coupled with conversation about a burgeoning new “blue economy” and Sustainable Luxury® --- all to support Ports of Cause, a non-profit focused on sustainable innovation and solutions that benefit the oceans and the earth.
Signature cocktails and canapes are served amidst browngrotta arts’ curated collection of the varied and exciting works in blue/green: color/code/context. The exhibition features artists from around the world who use recycled, sustainable materials and innovative techniques to create art textiles, mixed media and dimensional art works including sculpture and weavings with LED fibers.
There will also be conversation about how sustainability is driving a new kind of economy rich with innovation, solutions and practices that focus on sustaining our natural resources and protecting the planet. Arthur Bavelas, Founder of the Bavelas Group Family Office & Family Office Insights of New York City, will present on “How sustainable innovation is driving the blue economy while benefiting our oceans & natural resources.”
Ports of Cause is a (501)(C)(3) non-profit driven to promote, inspire, and accelerate sustainable, forward-thinking solutions and practices that reduce the impact luxury living and everyday lifestyles have on our oceans, while strengthening the inextricable link between ocean health and the well-being of all life. http://www.portsofcause.net
browngrotta arts has represented international museum-quality contemporary art textiles, mixed media & dimensional art from the US and abroad for over thirty years. http://www.browngrotta.com
Joyce Clear, Founder of Ports of Cause, and Tom Grotta, CEO, browngrotta arts, are co-hosting the event. The event takes place at browngrotta arts, Friday, May 4, 2018, from 6:00-9:00 PM, 276 Ridgefield Rd, Wilton, CT 06897. For tickets, call Joyce Clear at 203-858-3432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The event is also listed on Eventbrite.