This Benefit Evening establishes a new tradition of giving in Greenwich and features an array of prominent professional artists in many different fields including the visual arts, dance, drama, opera, classical and jazz music - all areas of the Council's public programming. Cocktails and elegant hors d'oeuvres will be interspersed with performances throughout the evening, all happening at the Greenwich Arts Council.
at the The Greenwich Arts Council
299 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
RSVP by October 1, 2018 | www.greenwichartscouncil.org
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Upon completing his culinary training, Chef Rui Correia went on to work at some of the best known kitchens in New York City: Union Square Cafe with Chef Michael Romano and acclaimed restaurateur and hospitality guru, Danny Meyer, Gramercy Tavern with Tom Colicchio, Mesa Grill with Bobby Flay and Gotham Bar & Grill with Alfred Portale. Due to his representation of such an unfamiliar cuisine and country, Rui has been recognized in local, national and international publications (New York Times, Greenwich Magazine, Serendipity Magazine, WAG). As well as appearing in television broadcasts including: New England Living TV, Better TV, RTP Portugal, and has been a regular on NBC’s TODAY Show.
Join the Greenwich Art's Council for its annual evening event of performance art, live music, dance, cocktails and food. Enjoy gourmet hors d'oeuvres by DOURO’s Chef Rui, a spectacular raw bar, provided by the Blue Ribbon Fish Company of New York, with wine and cocktails by Vals' Liquor of Greenwich.
Celebrate the growing urban art scene with New York's renowned Graffiti artist, EPIC UNO and his site-specific graffiti wall, sponsored by LIFEWTR and BUBLY sparkling water. Be astounded by magic performed by Tom Pesce, and music curated by DJ April Larken. Contemporary art will be available for purchase, including a limited edition color intaglio print by artist Betty Ball, in collaboration with Norwalk's Center for Contemporary Printmaking, at a specially reduced price (this night only), for Arts Alive! “Collector’s Opportunity”.
ABOUT THE EVENING OF ARTS ALIVE!
Celebrate the growing urban art scene with New York's renowned Graffiti artist,
EPIC UNO and his site-specific graffiti wall, sponsored by LIFEWTR and BUBLY.
About EPIC UNO
Graffiti Wall | Large Scale Installation (site specific)
On view October 11, 2018 through January 3, 2019
at The Bendheim Gallery
Bringing his own sense of style from Puerto Rico to the streets of Brooklyn, EPIC UNO developed his graffiti art whilst mastering his craft at Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute in 1996. Within the graphic design field, urban grittiness continued to dominate his bold, colorful typographic approach. With over 10 years of experience as a graffiti artist, Epic is also a successful package designer, corporate identity specialist and illustrator. Having worked and collaborated with many companies including, Cannondale, Nickelodeon, Coach and Nike, EPIC successfully elevates graffiti art by embracing consumer culture, engaging broader audiences, and striking a fine balance in creating memorable, relevant art with a real urban edge.
About BETTY BALL
Betty will be presenting her limited edition prints created for the evening of the event in collaboration with Norwalk's Center for Contemporary Printmaking, at a specially reduced price (this night only), for Arts Alive! “Collector’s Opportunity”.
A Connecticut based artist, Betty Ball received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, with further studies at Silvermine Arts Center and Norwalk’s Center for Contemporary Printmaking. She creates her art in her Rowayton studio, specializing in series of colorful oil-based paintings and enigmatic, subtle prints of blooms.
Limited Edition Print by Betty Ball:
Arts Alive Edition!
About the Artwork in the Bendheim Gallery During the evening of Arts Alive!
This year the Bendheim Gallery is presenting "Deconstruction". The exhibition seeks to link the historical origins of high art with contemporary images and iconography, reinventing modern culture's interpretation of art. Often taking familiar images and objects, these artists apply their own unique contemporary techniques, evocatively testing senses and triggering memories along the way.
The show also serves as a backdrop to the evening of Arts Alive. For more information about the exhibition, please visit the Bendheim Gallery Page.