It’s currently 21 degrees in New York and will drop to -3 tonight—cold as hell. On the horizon, our March 15th Spring Break-themed benefit acts as a beacon—a reprieve from the cold and bleak days that winter brings. This year we honor feminist artist and collector Carol Cole. Buy these tickets today—space is limited.
Where: Otto’s Shrunken Head
538 E 14th St, New York, NY 10009 When: Tuesday March 15, 6-10 PM Honoring: Carol Cole Benefit Chair: Marsha Owett Tickets: Basic Beaches: Artist tickets: $75, General admission: $150, Ticket for an artist: $75 Private Islands (get your own table!): Individual tickets: $600, 2 tickets: $1000, 4 tickets: $1800. Pick them up here! Paddle8 auction on now!Auctioneer: CK Swett Dress code: Island attire
We have extended our fall campaign for Independence to November 18th so everyone has a chance to donate. At this point, we have 80 backers and only $5,400 to raise. Just imagine if a donor purchased that tattoo we made available on Michael Anthony Farley’s butt for $5000! We’d be only $400 away from meeting our goal. Help us make this happen! There are plenty of perks to choose from – many of which are disappearing quick in the final days of this fundraiser. [Indiegogo]
Meet us at The Cue Art Foundation for their annual gala and benefit auction. Cue offers artists exhibitions, art education programs and young writer support. We like all three. It’s our first time attending a benefit by this organization so we can’t wait to see what they do.[Cue Art Foundation]
NURTUREart will hold my favorite benefit of the year next week, November 9th and 10th! I like this benefit because it’s filled with cool, down to earth people who are super excited about art. Every time I’ve visited people can’t stop talking about the art they’ve picked up. The fundraiser helps the artist community exhibition space pay their bills for the year, so it’s super important for them too. Support them today! [NURTUREart]
The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived: the revolution has begun. There’s hope on the horizon for independent voices, artist-run spaces, and emerging artists. Corrupt institutions, the forces of art-world-evil, and counter-revolutionary art press face a new challenge to their regime: our Fall Fundraiser is live.
Help us liberate you.
Donate on our Indiegogo page and receive fabulous thank-you gifts: Matthew Barney Lip Balm, studio visits, limited-edition artwork, and much more!
THE YEAR: 2015. Museum funding is dominated by oil companies and rapists. Commercial galleries are overrun by unwashed hordes of celebrity-driven exhibitions, and universities are giving out honorary doctorates to these same people. Rampant gentrification has caused artist-run galleries to Escape From New York.
But on the road toward this dystopian future, there is hope. October 6th, we launch the resistance: The Art F City Fall Fundraiser for Independence. Today, we ask for your early support. Your donations help us get this party started!
Say hello to Mr. August. For the Art F City 2015 Panda-Themed Calendar of Artists in the Nude, Rachel Stern created a campy, classical take with her model, artist Rollin Leonard. For a $250 donation, this print can be yours.
ACRE, a summer residency held in Steuben, Wisconsin with an ongoing series of exhibitions in Chicago, Illinois, will move into a permanent space this September, to 1345 West 19th Street in the Pilsen neighborhood.
Art F City’s 10th birthday has finally arrived. We’re celebrating TONIGHT at Lightbox (339 West 38th Street, 6:30-10:00 p.m.) by throwing a party to remember, our 10th Anniversary Power Women benefit and live auction.
Sometimes great things just sorta happen. But if Ferris Bueller taught us anything, it’s that sometimes, you get the opportunity to make great things happen. Our experiences for auction are four different versions of the perfect day, so whether you prefer a country getaway or a film sesh with a documentary crew, here’s your chance to make Ferris proud.