ERIN FINLEY exhibiting in: Women's Work


Women's Work features Cindy Sherman, Ida Applebroog, Shary Boyle, Kiki Smith, Erin Finley, and others.

 
DateThursday, June 1, 2017 - 7:00pm

Phone

716-854-1694

Website

http://www.hallwalls.org/special/5871.html

Location

341 DELAWARE AVE. BUFFALO, NY 14202

Hallwalls' 2017 art auction will feature artwork by 40 women artists, both regionally and internationally acclaimed.

This is a unique auction as we are focusing solely on women artists this year. For our first 42 years Hallwalls has been a safe place, not only by supporting the LGBTQ community, but also by supporting the creation and presentation of new work by artists of every ethnicity, age, and gender. A variety of media including performance, visual art, alternative jazz and new music, literary readings, community presentations, and media arts are shared with our community of WNY and beyond. Auction attendance is $40 each or two for $70, and tickets are available online at www.hallwalls.org or by calling (716) 854-1694. 

Donating artists include: Cindy Sherman (one of Hallwalls' founders), Laylah Ali, Ida Applebroog, Monica Angle, Beth B, Mary Begley, Elizabeth Berdann, Skylar Borgstrom, Laura Borneman, Julia Bottoms-Douglas, Shary Boyle, Barbara Buckman, Kathe Burkhart, Ellen Carey, Millie Chen, Jackie Felix, Erin Finley, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Pam Glick, Megan Greene, Joyce Hill, Deborah Jack, Catherine Cantanzaro Koenig, Becky Koenig, Alison S.M. Kobayashi, Suzy Lake, Joan Linder, Esperanza Mayobre, Jillian McDonald, Lori Nix, Ester Partegas, Judy Rifka, Alicia Ross, Laurie Simmons, Kiki Smith, Chrysanne Stathacos, Betty Tompkins, Barbara Weissberger, and Mary Wyrick.

 

DateThursday, June 1, 2017 - 7:00pm

Phone

716-854-1694

Website

http://www.hallwalls.org/special/5871.html

Location

341 DELAWARE AVE. BUFFALO, NY 14202

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Womens Work, Hallwalls' 2017 art auction logo
Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 7:00pm

Hallwalls' 2017 art auction will feature artwork by 40 women artists, both regionally and internationally acclaimed.

This is a unique auction as we are focusing solely on women artists this year. For our first 42 years Hallwalls has been a safe place, not only by supporting the LGBTQ community, but also by supporting the creation and presentation of new work by artists of every ethnicity, age, and gender. A variety of media including performance, visual art, alternative jazz and new music, literary readings, community presentations, and media arts are shared with our community of WNY and beyond. Auction attendance is $40 each or two for $70, and tickets are available online at www.hallwalls.org or by calling (716) 854-1694. 

Donating artists include: Cindy Sherman (one of Hallwalls' founders), Laylah Ali, Ida Applebroog, Monica Angle, Beth B, Mary Begley, Elizabeth Berdann, Skylar Borgstrom, Laura Borneman, Julia Bottoms-Douglas, Shary Boyle, Barbara Buckman, Kathe Burkhart, Ellen Carey, Millie Chen, Jackie Felix, Erin Finley, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Pam Glick, Megan Greene, Joyce Hill, Deborah Jack, Catherine Cantanzaro Koenig, Becky Koenig, Alison S.M. Kobayashi, Suzy Lake, Joan Linder, Esperanza Mayobre, Jillian McDonald, Lori Nix, Ester Partegas, Judy Rifka, Alicia Ross, Laurie Simmons, Kiki Smith, Chrysanne Stathacos, Betty Tompkins, Barbara Weissberger, and Mary Wyrick.

 

Venue & Address: 
341 DELAWARE AVE. BUFFALO, NY 14202
Website: 
http://www.hallwalls.org/special/5871.html
Phone: 
716-854-1694
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