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A charity art auction opening reception at ouchi gallery on March 24th 2009.
The dates: March 24th(Tue)-29th(sun)
Opening reception: 24th(tue) 7pm -10pm
Exhibition: 25th(wed)-29th(sun)-appointment only email@example.com
42 Japanese artists produce art work for African children in Nigeria, and all the proceeds from sales will be donated. A contribution in the amount of 50 dollars will go to school expenses and uniform fees, so that children can go to the elementary school for one year.
Participating Artists list:
Saori Louise Tatebe
arisa itami (curator)
A C F to Jay St. Borough Hall.
Exit last car if you are coming from Manhattan
Once you exit stay right out of the turnstiles where you should be across
the street from the Marriott. Proceed down the hill (this is also Myrtle
St.) through the corporate park (Metro Tech) to Flatbush. Make a left on
Flatbush. Walk to Tillary St. and make a right. 170 has the red door and is
directly across the street from McDonalds. Buzz #507.
Q and R Trains.
Exit last car if you are coming from Manhattan.
Stay right as you exit the turnstiles. Once you exit you will see the
Manhattan Bridge. Follow Flatbush as you walk towards the bridge. Walk to
Tillary St. and make a right. 170 has the red door and is directly across
the street from McDonalds. Buzz #507.
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