SUPERHERO PROJECT: fundraiser for LGBT homeless youth
This WED night April 6th in NYC:
Come and be a superhero to homeless LGBT kids.
Wednesday April 6th, 2011 7pm to 10pm
Superhero night at The Will Clark Show! For all you lycra, rubber, spandex enthusiasts, this is your chance to dress up and play Bingo to help LGBT homeless youth!
The night starts at 7pm with artist Andy Swist creating original superhero art with model Torez. Come early to have a drink and watch art unfold in front of you.
Bingo starts at 8pm... win fab prizes!
Around 9pm we’ll have a little contest to see whose Superhero costume is the best – drink tickets will be the prize!
Founded in 1970 by Marshall McLuhan, Andy Warhol, Jackie Curtis and Ben Stock: Brainpower works one-on-one with artists and provides classes in art and business to our students in small groups. In April 2011, it will introduce The Superhero Project, a series of arts classes taught by Ivan Velez, Jr (DC, Marvel, “Tales of the Closet”) and freelance photojournalist Adi Talwar (NY Times, Daily News, Wall Street Journal) for homeless LGBT youth. The group will create comic book art that will later go on exhibition and sale at LDR Studio Gallery as part of the Bronx Culture Trolley, an art tour.
The SuperHero Project is made possible in part with public funds from the Bronx Council on the Arts through the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program.
If you can't wait to donate, click herehttp://www.nycharities.org/donate/c_don ... yCode=1533
For the full lineup of events, etc. go here:http://willclarkworld.typepad.com/will_ ... -2011.html