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100 Works on Paper BENEFIT: May 18




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Benefit Ticket Holders - May 18




Sallie Mize, Master of Ceremonies: Reg Flowers, Arthur Celedonia



About the event

100 WORKS ON PAPER BENEFIT - MAY 18, 6pm

OVER 100 ARTISTS generously donate original drawings & works on paper
in support of our 17th Annual Benefit, celebrating our 29th year!

PURCHASE ONE TICKET:  $300  ($350 for Ticket Holder with Guest)
GO HOME WITH ONE GREAT WORK OF ART!

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE

PLUS TWO SILENT AUCTIONS:
1. ARTWORKS by: Francesco Clemente, Alexander Gorlizki, Arata Isozaki, Meridith McNeal, Tom Otterness, Dasha Shishkin, Kiki Smith, and Dustin Yellin

2. FOUND IN RED HOOK: Unique items and gift certificates from local artisans and businesses, including:  Ample Hills, Artforum, Baked, Loren Caledonia, Brooklyn Crab, Driftaway Coffee, Dolce Brooklyn, Erie Basin, Flickinger Glassworks, Fulla Shirts, Golden Anvil, Hometown Bar-B-Que, Motoi Urano, News New York, Pier Glass, Raaka Chocolate, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Rita, Van Brunt Still House, The Black Flamingo, The Brooklyn Slate Company, Polt Atolye, WrenLab Ceramics, Heather Zises and more!

SILENT AUCTION BIDDING ENDS:  MAY 18, 8pm at the event. 
ONLINE BIDDING ENDS: May 17, 11pm

VIEW BENEFIT ARTWORKS in the 100 WORKS ON PAPER

THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS: ArtForum, Baked, Costco, Court Street Grocers, Dolce Brooklyn, Dry Dock Wine & Spirits, Fairway Market, Fort Defiance, Kevin’s, Mazzat, Sixpoint Brewery, Southern Straws, Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pie, Teri Slotkin Photography, Wet Whistle Wines

BENEFIT COMMITTEE
Baila & Arthur Celedonia
Katie Dixon & Richard Fleming
Mark Giordano
Brandon Holley
Collie Holt
David Houston
Charlotta Kotik
Danielle & Chris McConnell
Hiroko Namba
Kate Arrington & Michael Shannon
Pat & Lou Sones
Karen Van Bergen & Jos Stumpe
Jim & Bobbi Vaughan
Samar Maziad & Alexandros Washburn
Robert Wight


ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT Kentler's 2019 Exhibitions & Public Programs, The Kentler Flatfiles and K.I.D.S. Art Education. Kentler International Drawing Space, founded by two artists in 1990, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing to the public contemporary drawings and work on paper by emerging and under-recognized national and international artists, and to providing the opportunity to experiment, explore and expand the definition of art in society.

VIEW photos from our 2017 Benefit. / Event Photos by Teri Slotkin