ERIN FINLEY in AHA!


Hallwalls presents an art auction featuring forty internationally and regionally acclaimed artists. For forty-three years, Hallwalls has supported the creation and presentation of new work by artists of every ethnicity, age, and gender.

 
DateThursday, May 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

Phone

(716) 854-1694

Email

polly@hallwalls.org 

Website

http://www.hallwalls.org/special/5985.html

Location

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 341 DELAWARE AVE. BUFFALO, NY

ERIN FINLEY in "AHA!" with Jim Dine, Laylah Ali, Tony Oursler, and others

"AHA!" Annual Hallwalls Auction, May 31, 2018

Curated by John Massier

Hallwalls presents an art auction featuring forty internationally and regionally acclaimed artists. For forty-three years, Hallwalls has supported the creation and presentation of new work by artists of every ethnicity, age, and gender.

Artists include Bruce Adams, Laylah Ali, Jozef Bajus, Roberley Bell, Jeremy Boyle & Mark Franchino, Kyle Butler, Ellen Carey, Jay Carrier, Carlo Cesta, Charles Clough (a Hallwalls founder), Wayne Gonzales; Jim Dine, Laurel Farrin, Erin Finley, Pam Glick, Frederick Hayes, George Afedzi Hughes, Richard Huntington, Jacob Kassay, David Kramer, Mark Lavatelli, Joan Linder, Robert Longo (a Hallwalls founder), Michael Mararian, Frank McCauley, Jillian McDonald, Ruben Ochoa, John Opera, Tony Oursler, Joseph Piccillo, Gary Sczerbaniewicz, Katherine Sehr, Guy Richards Smit, Michael Snow, Betty Tompkins, virocode, Adam Weekley, Jacqueline Welch, Katarina Wong.

Doors open at 7 p.m. for registration and an hour-long preview of the artworks and the live auction begins promptly at 8 pm. Artworks can also be viewed here, on the Hallwalls website.

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center presents a wide range of media, including performance, visual art, alternative jazz and new music, literary readings, community presentations and media arts, shared with the communities of WNY and beyond.

For images and media information, contact Polly Little: polly@hallwalls.org | (716) 854-1694.



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AHA logo, white bold letters, yellow background
DateThursday, May 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

Phone

(716) 854-1694

Email

polly@hallwalls.org 

Website

http://www.hallwalls.org/special/5985.html

Location

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 341 DELAWARE AVE. BUFFALO, NY

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Thursday, May 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

ERIN FINLEY in "AHA!" with Jim Dine, Laylah Ali, Tony Oursler, and others

"AHA!" Annual Hallwalls Auction, May 31, 2018

Curated by John Massier

Hallwalls presents an art auction featuring forty internationally and regionally acclaimed artists. For forty-three years, Hallwalls has supported the creation and presentation of new work by artists of every ethnicity, age, and gender.

Artists include Bruce Adams, Laylah Ali, Jozef Bajus, Roberley Bell, Jeremy Boyle & Mark Franchino, Kyle Butler, Ellen Carey, Jay Carrier, Carlo Cesta, Charles Clough (a Hallwalls founder), Wayne Gonzales; Jim Dine, Laurel Farrin, Erin Finley, Pam Glick, Frederick Hayes, George Afedzi Hughes, Richard Huntington, Jacob Kassay, David Kramer, Mark Lavatelli, Joan Linder, Robert Longo (a Hallwalls founder), Michael Mararian, Frank McCauley, Jillian McDonald, Ruben Ochoa, John Opera, Tony Oursler, Joseph Piccillo, Gary Sczerbaniewicz, Katherine Sehr, Guy Richards Smit, Michael Snow, Betty Tompkins, virocode, Adam Weekley, Jacqueline Welch, Katarina Wong.

Doors open at 7 p.m. for registration and an hour-long preview of the artworks and the live auction begins promptly at 8 pm. Artworks can also be viewed here, on the Hallwalls website.

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center presents a wide range of media, including performance, visual art, alternative jazz and new music, literary readings, community presentations and media arts, shared with the communities of WNY and beyond.

For images and media information, contact Polly Little: polly@hallwalls.org | (716) 854-1694.

Venue & Address: 
Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 341 DELAWARE AVE. BUFFALO, NY
Website: 
http://www.hallwalls.org/special/5985.html
Email: 
polly@hallwalls.org 
Phone: 
(716) 854-1694
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AHA logo, white bold letters, yellow background
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