Thursday, January 14, 2010

Haiti Earthquake - 12 January 2010

This is a link to the .gov page on places people can offer help and services.  I am hoping to get on a volunteer list to help collect supplies to send over so if anyone finds one please let me know

Haiti Earthquake - 12 January 2010

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Brace for Impact, The Salvage of flight 1549 One year Anniversary Exhibition

Reception  Friday January 15th  6-9 pm
22 w 22nd st 2nd flr NY, NY

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Resource magazine and Milk Gallery presents a LOT of great work for a GREAT cause

I just found out that  I have been invited for the ONE CASE fundraiser ( see the catalog here) at Milk Gallery 450 w 15th st Thursday, Jan 7th from NEW START TIME NOW 7-11pm.    The talent in this auction is incredible, the mission is touching and I am truly flattered to be included on the list.  Here is a partial list of artists that have donated work for the show- Akos
Arthur Belebeau
Barbara Cole
Ben Watts
Bill Diadato
Blaise Hayward
Blasius Erlinger
Brian Smith
Danny Clinch
Daymion Mardel
Dean Isidro
Henry Leutwyler
Jimmy Moore
John Delaney
Joseph Cultice
Katja Rawles
Mark Abrahams
Martin Schoeller
Patricia McDonough
Peter Lippman
Peter Rupricht
Raymond Meier
Sarah Silver
Sergio Kurhajec
Shinichi Maruyama
Skye Parott
Steve Pyke
Thayer Gowdy
Timothy Hogan
Vincent Dixon
Vincent Laforet
Walter Chin
William Abronowicz

Frozen Rings,  Switzerland, 2004.  30x30 signed and editioned chromogenic print 1/10

Resource Magazine and A Milk Gallery Project would like to invite you to attend the One Case Silent Photography Auction.

One Case Auction is a silent auction for Breast Cancer helping one freelancer at a time. The proceeds will be donated to a selected freelancer in need of medical funding. There will be an extended online auction on for one week after the silent auction to post any unsold prints.

The unfortunate financial bracket that many freelancers fall into leave us hardworkers to fend for ourselves with medical bills. One Case hopes to make a difference one person at a time...