A Benefit of the Doubt
The Founders and Board of Chez Bushwick cordially invite you to attend”A Benefit Of The Doubt”
Honoring Martha Wilson & Franklin Furnace
Saturday, November 17th, 2007
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
31 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10013
Chez Bushwick, an award-winning nonprofit organization in Brooklyn, is dedicated to the advancement of interdisciplinary art and performance, with a strong focus on new dance. Chez Bushwick is emblematic of artistic freedom, collaboration, and creative risk-taking, through a number of public programs produced by artists.
Franklin Furnace was founded in 1976 to serve artists who were not being supported by existing artistic organizations. From its inception, Franklin Furnace’s energies have been focused on three aspects of “time-based” programming: a collection of artists’ books; a performance art program for emerging artists; and exhibitions of time-based arts.
I Will Attend
“A Benefit Of The Doubt”
Cocktails, Dinner, & Screening Of Historical Performance Works
Choreography @ The Furnace: A Special Performance Program
Chez Bushwick Presents
*Artist Rates Are Also Available! Please Inquire Within: email@example.com*
Make Checks Payable To:
Chez Bushwick, Inc.
304 Boerum St. #23
Brooklyn, NY 11206
_____Yes, My Company Will Match This Tax-Deductible Gift
CHEZ BUSHWICK BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Wayne S. Blank
Erica L. Marks
____I am unable to attend, but will support in the amount of:
____$50 Supports a clean, well-equipped studio
____$75 Supports technology and marketing needs
____$100 Commissions innovative new writing for the performing arts
____$150 Commissions photography and video of new performance works
____$250 Commissions one artist to perform new work in progress
____$500 Underwrites a 100-hour space grant, providing free workspace to artists
____$1000 Makes possible $5/hr studio rentals to the arts communities of NYC
____$2500 Underwrites one Chez Bushwick monthly showcase
As Chez Bushwick is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your contribution is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.