This year commemorates the 35th anniversary of Allied Productions,Inc. (Allied) &
20th anniversary of Le Petit Versailles (LPV) garden.
To mark these banner years, our celebration honors stalwarts of New York City that represent the incredible artists and resources that sustain and inspire us.
Sarah Schulman, author, playwright, professor and activist.
Harriet Taub, Executive Director of Materials for the Arts.
Benefit event includes a silent art auction of work by more than 75 artists and live performances by Penny Arcade, Pamela Sneed, and John Michael Swartz with Mxster of Ceremony- Ariel Speedwagon.
Benefit Committee & Benefit Supporter tickets are available for purchase here-http://alliedproductions.org/allied-productions-35-year-celebration-come-join-us/
@ Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project
6 East First Street (between Bowery & 2nd Avenue) New York, NY 10003 (917) 475-1294
Allied is a tax exempt non profit arts umbrella founded in 1981 as an entirely artist-run multi-purpose entity that fosters collective community building by presenting, producing, and sponsoring all areas of the arts, including the activities of individuals, groups, and organizations. Allied created LPV in 1995 and transformed an abandoned lot into an extraordinary community garden and multipurpose space that serves as our primary venue for art and activism, supporting communities at risk, including LGBTQ communities and youth of color. There’s further information on Allied here - http://alliedproductions.org/
Benefit Committee (In Formation)
Barbara Braun, Susan C. Brown, Peter Cramer, Jose Carlos Del Pino, Gene Fedorko, Harry Kafka, Noelle King, Barbara Korein, Zoe Leonard, Anelle Miller, Lucia Maria Minervini, Hunter O'Hanian, Richard Peterson, Linda Richardson, Jackie Rudin, Lynne Sachs, Ethan Shoshan, Frank Susa, Jack Waters, Bonnie and Doug Weill, Friends of Materials for the Arts
6 East First Street (between Bowery & 2nd Avenue)
NEW YORK NEW YORK, 10003
Thank you for your support