Art, Music, Beer, Lux … what more could you want?

March 13, 2009 at 6:19 pm 2 comments

Street party to benefit ASU Art Museum!

 

oh but wait, there’s more!

stuff for the kids, good food, and a great cause: supporting the arts. It’s going to be a fun evening – Saturday, April 4, 4 – 8 pm. We’ll be in the lot  just south of Lux Coffeebar. And we know you know where that is.

Hosted by Martha + Mary to benefit the ASU Art Museum exhibitions and programs

4404 North Central Avenue (just south of Lux Coffeebar and Pane Bianco)

take the light rail to Campbell Ave., but there is street and lot parking available if you drive.

 

details:

 Art exhibition – installations by local artists organized by John Spiak, ASU Art Museum & Sloane McFarland, Martha + Mary

     *participating artists include Peter Bugg, Sue Chenoweth, John Haddock, Saskia Jorda, Carrie Marill, Melissa McGurgan, Matt Moore, Marco Rosichelli, Gregory Sale and Postcommodity.

·         Live local bands – The Hooves, Subterranean Jazz and Wizards of Time

·         DJ Brazilia

·         Beer Garden by Four Peaks

·         Backyard BBQ by the Welcome Diner

·         Local Artist Shops – one night only sale at friendly prices

        a.ware – gifts locally-made by artists with recycled materials

·         Screen-O-Rama – bring your favorite t-shirt (or buy one of ours) for a custom screen print

·         Art Zone – kids hands-on area

 

For more information call 480.965.2787

$5 entry at the door – proceeds to benefit ASU Art Museum exhibitions and programs

 

sponsors' logos for Street Party 2009

sponsors' logos for Street Party 2009

Please contact Dorina Bustamante at dorinabustamante@gmail.com for any partnering information/opportunities

See you on Central!

-diane

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