Do our children deserve the best art and music education? Do we want our community to be a better place in which to live? By attending a fun art auction that includes great food, great music and great word class art at ridiculous prices, you can help create scholarships for Jersey City youth so that they can receive a world class art education with the after-school classes of Arts on the Hudson. This fundraising art auction will enable many young students to afford this education which both develops their art skills as well as their humanitarian character.
This gala art auction will be held on Saturday, February 22 at the CASE Museum, 80 Grand Street in downtown Jersey City (just East of Washington Street). Viewing of art and the silent art auction begin at 6:30 p.m. while the live art auction begins at 7:30 p.m. Admission prices are: individuals $10; couples $15; and children $5. Admission pays for entering the auction, piano music by Nina Ranieri and all the Italian, American, Indian and Pakistani food you can eat from Pronta Cena, Kitchen Cafe, Iron Monkey and Shadman.
Art will sell from $20 and up. The artists will include Abe Blasko, Agnieszka Kryston, Bill Campbell, Grigory Gurevich and Martin Sevkovic. Art will sell for way below market prices to help aid this worthy cause; 40 percent of all sales and all ticket sales will go towards offering scholarships to Arts on the Hudson. Arts on the Hudson was founded by world class painter, sculptor and teacher Grigory Gurevich. Since 1996, this after-school arts program has offered classes in drawing, painting, music, African dance, stained glass, sculpture, martial arts, pantomime and web design. It has served Hudson County and the surrounding area well and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group. For further information, to enroll in the program or to purchase tickets please call 201-451-4862; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please help our children grow with these scholarships by attending this fun art auction on Saturday evening February 22 at the CASE Museum.
Grigory Gurevich, Founder
Arts on the Hudson