Join us for the final reception of “Reclaiming Space”

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Join us for the final reception of “Reclaiming Space”

Time: August 21, 2010 at 7:30pm to August 22, 2010 at 12am
Location: Gallery House
Street: 272 Clinton Ave.
City/Town: Brooklyn, NY 11205
Website or Map: http://galleryhouse.org/
Phone: 8083850312
Event Type: fundraiser, fine, art, exhibition
Organized By: Jonathan Levy
Latest Activity: Aug 11, 2010

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GALLERY HOUSE IS PROUD TO PRESENT “Reclaiming Space” (Fine Art Group Exhibition)
Final Reception: August 21 and by appointment

An original painting will be raffled off with the proceeds donated to GreenEdgeNYC

Brooklyn, NY: Gallery House is proud to present “Reclaiming Space”, a fine art group exhibition. This exhibition showcasing the multitude of languages in which NYC artwork speaks today. Although the artist’s styles differ in form, they all share the function of communication. In that spirit, we are delighted to work with Green Edge Collaborative NYC whose goal of sharing ideas aligns with our own.

An original painting will be raffled off with the proceeds donated to Green Edge Collaborative NYC. The gallery will be open by appointment from July 5th – August 31st, 2010.

Artists:
Anastasia "kaerfkrahs"
Mat Benote
Jenna Bonistalli
Jane Corrigan
Ivy Haldeman
Charles Printz Kopelson
Jonathan Levy
Tom Long
Adrian Roman
Jordan Seiler
Kant Smith

What: Gallery House Presents “Reclaiming Space”

When: Saturday August 21, 2010 from 7:30pm – 12:00pm

Where: Gallery House, 272 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205

About Gallery House
Galley House is a Clinton Hill based organization dedicated to the sharing of ideas pressing our world today. Through our hosted receptions, we aim to gather and communicate ideas through art, music and other types of artistic expression. For more information, visit us at www.galleryhouse.org.

About Green Edge
Green Edge Collaborative NYC is a social network that connects people with businesses, organizations and the resources they need to build a sustainable future. They do this by hosting city-wide and neighborhood events, highlighting other events in the city and through online networking.

The Collaborative is comprised of students, professionals, artists, chefs, parents and mischief-makers who want to connect with others about social, environmental, economic and lifestyle issues facing our world today… New Yorkers who care about the world around us.

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