Bring Back The Boardwalks Art Auction Benefit
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Bring Back the Boardwalks is an incredible event bringing together over 100 artists who donated works for a silent auction with 100% of the proceeds going to the recovery and rebuilding of the communities of the Rockaways and Coney Island. This event is taking Saturday beginning at 2pm and will go on until 9pm. If you are in New York City head down to the Trais Gallery at 76 Wooster Street in SoHo to check out the work and place a bid. Scroll down to see the official statement and works donated by some of our favorite artists including Swoon, Faile, Rostarr, Jeremy Fish, Chris Mendoza, Curtis Kulig, and many many more…
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy we would like to join forces to help rebuild our beloved beach communities of Far Rockaway and Coney Island through art. We want to do something more than just write a check so we are all rallying together to raise money in a fun, unified way so that these places can recover, rebuild and come back stronger than ever.
We are asking many friends to donate, artists to contribute their work, companies to sponsor our event and friends to join our committee to make this event the success it needs to be – and you are one of them! So please join us and consider being a part of our fundraising effort on Saturday, November 17th from 2-9pm at Trais Gallery on 76 Wooster Street.
100% of the proceeds of the silent auction and all cash donations will go to the recovery and rebuilding of the communities of the Rockaways and Coney Island! All art buyers have the option to pick from the selected local charities to donate! You can do the same on our donate page – every dollar counts! Thank You.
As passionate lovers of Coney Island, and heavily dependent recreationalist’s in the Rockaways we all have a sincere interest to bring these communities back and help the neighborhoods to recover, rebuild and come back from this disastrous nightmare.
Marilyn, Ulli, Dave, Tim and Wyatt
The very long list of artists who donated works includes:
Adam Rossiter, Alex Sherker, Amanda Wachob, Annie Purpura, Ashley Love, Ben Pier, Billy Gray, Bryce Oprandi, Carter B. Smith, Chris Rubino, Chuck Donoghue, Claire Vuillemot, Claw Money, Craig Wetherby, Cris Cleen, Curtis Kulig, Chris Mendoza, David Cook, David Ellis, Dennis McNett, Distort, Damon Way, Dan Flores, Dan Sabau, Deanne Cheuk, Dave Ortiz, Eli Gesner, Eric Elms, Eric Patton, FAILE, Fernando Lions, Futura, Giovanni Reda, Greg Bogin, Greg Simkins, Harif Guzman, Hilliary Fisher-White, Ira Chernova, James Clements, James Muchmore, Jason Campbell, Jason Goldwatch, Jeff Mayer, Jeremy Fish, Jen Davis, Jill Cuticello, Joana Seitz, Jocelyn Wilkerson, John Lehr, John Roman, Julian Gilbert, Karine Laval, Kisha Bari, Kenzo Minami, KR, Luis Tinoco, Mariah Robertson, Marilyn Rondon, Maya Lin, Megan Burns, Mia Graffam, Micah Ganske, Michael Halsbald, Mina Aoki, Mike Aul, Milton Glaser, Natalie Keyssar, Nick Sethi, Nina Hartmann, Othelo Gervacio, Pablo Power, Paul D. Miller, Paula Scher, Pat Conlon, Peter Donin, Peter Huynh, Peter Pabon, Peter Sutherland, Peter Tunney, Phil Frost, Ricky Powell, Rostarr, Rob Jest, Sabrina Elliott, Sam Friedman, Schandra Singh, Shawn Barber, Shie Moreno, Shepard Fairey, Stack-Aly, Stash, Steve Pedone, Sue Kwon, SWOON, Talley Matthew, Tamara Santibanez,Tat Ito, Todd St. John, Tom Sachs, Twiggy Levi, Vanessa Rondon, Wyatt Neumann