via Visual AIDS >blog, 5/10/06:
Mark your calendars for Visual AIDS LOST AND FOUND benefit on June 5, 2006 at Pier 63 Maritime on the Hudson River. The benefit will honor artist and Visual AIDS Board Member, Barton Lidice Benes, presented by Rosie Perez and includes a very special performance by John Kelly accompanied by Zecca Esquibel, and music with DJ Stephen Richards. Tickets are $150 and all proceeds benefit Visual AIDS. So join us for cocktails, entertainment and dancing.
invites you to join Co-Chairs: Jamie Drake, Brian Ellner, Robert Goff, Cassie Rosenthal and Pavel Zoubok in honoring Artist and Visual AIDS Board Member Barton Lidice Benes at LOST & FOUND
Visual AIDS – LOST & FOUND BENEFIT
Monday, June 5, 2006 from 8:00 – 11:00 PM
Pier 63 Maritime
23rd Street (at Westside Highway)
New York City
Tribute Speaker: Rosie Perez
Special Performance: John Kelly with Zecca Esquibel
Music: DJ Stephen Richards
Tickets are $150 for Individual / $500 Patron / $1000 Benefactor
Checks payable to Visual AIDS 526 West 26th Street #510, New York NY 10001
Download VisualAIDSReplyCard.pdf or send name, address, phone and email with check.
Please RSVP by May 29, 2006. All names will be held at the door. All but $35 per ticket purchase is tax-deductible. Proceeds benefit Visual AIDS.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Amy Sadao, Executive Director 212.627.9855 / [email protected]
Visual AIDS was founded in 1988, to shift public opinion about--and increase awareness of--AIDS and the AIDS crisis. Visual AIDS has evolved into an arts organization with a two-pronged mission: 1) In collaboration with museums, galleries, artists, schools, and AIDS service organizations, Visual AIDS produces exhibitions, publications, and events utilizing visual art to spread the message AIDS IS NOT OVER.; 2) Through the Frank Moore Archive Project, the largest slide library of work by artists living with HIV and the estates of artists who have died of AIDS, Visual AIDS historicizes the contributions of visual artists with HIV while supporting their ability to continue making art and furthering their professional careers. www.visualAIDS.org