Do you live/work near Clinton Hill/Fort Greene? Do you make art that in some way explores hunger, be it on a physical, spiritual, or social level? Then get in touch with me! St. Luke's Lutheran Church (259 Washington Ave, Brooklyn) is teaming up with Pratt to host a salon exploring the concept of "hunger." The event will happen Thursday, Oct. 25th, 7-10pm and the price of admission is a donation of canned food or toiletries. Building off of last year's event, the plan is to create connections between local artists, Pratt students/alums, and the neighborhood while helping food pantries and shelters prepare for the winter months.
(from last spring's show where an experimental film was project on the ceiling of the sanctuary)
When: Thursday, Oct 25., 7pm - 10pm
Where: St. Luke's Lutheran Church (259 Washington Ave, Brooklyn)
For artists who'd like to show work exploring hunger (physical, spiritual, social), please send me by Oct. 19th :
- Pictures of artwork along with title/medium/dimensions and price, if for sale
- Public contact information
While the event is not primarily designed for selling work, we would like visitors to be able to contact artists about purchasing their art if they so desire. St. Luke's and Pratt will not ask for a percentage of sales or handle sales logistics.