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Somewhat Off the Wall 2011

Time: September 18, 2011 from 4pm to 7pm
Location: O'Donnell Company
Street: 760 Chapel Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.newhavenarts.org
Phone: 203-772-2788
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Communications Desk, ACGNH
Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2011

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Event Description

The Arts Council’s longstanding gala fundraising event is back and more exciting than ever!

 

Somewhat Off the Wall, a unique art exhibition and party from which guests will take home original works of art, will be held on Sunday, September 18, from 5-9pm, at 760 Chapel St., New Haven, in the spectacular space that is home to the Odonnell Company.

 

This year’s event features drawings, jewelry, paintings, photography, pottery, prints, sculpture, and fiber by 50+ outstanding artists who have each donated three pieces of their work. These works will be on display on Friday, September 16 from 4-7pm for a sneak peak and can also be viewed online at www.newhavenarts.org as they become available.

 

Then, at 7pm on the night of the party, premium tickets will be numbered, put into a hat, and drawn at random. As each premium ticket-holder’s number is called, he or she will select a piece of original artwork to take home.

 

Each of the 50 participating artists will be given a premium ticket making only 100 premium tickets, at $100 each, available to the public! An unlimited number of tickets to the event are available for $35 (these will not include artwork).

 

Participating Somewhat Off the Wall artists include Mell Boesch, Maryelle Braunstein, Janine Brown, Joy Bush, Sharon Butler, Alice Chittenden, Kathy Conway, Jayne Crowley, Leila Daw, Theresa Dezso, Jessica Dickens, Laise Doria, Eileen Eder, Michael Fedikovich, Kathryn Frederick, Francine Funke, Justin Gerace, Lori Glavin, Sara Gustafson, Luke Hanscom, Kenneth Hanson, David Harlan, Deborah Henchel, Lisa Hess Hesselgrave, Aniko Horvath, Jennifer Jane, Todd Jokl, Richard Kallweit, Hannah Leckman, Martha Lewis, Karleen Loughran, Owen Luckey, Sabrina Marques, Ray Mathews, Molly McDonald, Roslyn Meyer, Christopher Mir, Kerry O'Grady, Thomas Peterson, Pat Rist, Ronnie Rysz, Nomi Silverman, Kim Sobel, Anita Soos, Mark St. Mary, Ken Stabile, Karissa Van Tassel, Brittany Whiteman, JoAnne Wilcox, Robert Wilkinson, Joan Zamore.

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