Friday, October 3rd, 2008, 6 – 9 PM
161 West 22nd Street (6th & 7th Ave)
New York, NY, 10011
Global Fusion Art is happy to present a special evening of art, music and more, to celebrate the
National Arts and Humanities month. We join hundreds of organizations across the country in celebrating October as the National
Arts and Humanities month to encourage, renew and begin a lifelong habit of active participation in the arts and humanities.
Reflected in the work of our participating artists, we recognize the importance of art and culture to the well being of our
families, our nation and the global community.
this event, artists have pledged 10% of sale price of artwork and event proceeds will be donated to Americans for the Arts,
dedicated to representing and serving local and national communities and creating opportunities for everyone to participate
in and appreciate all forms of the arts. They partner with local, state, and national arts organizations; government agencies;
business leaders; individual philanthropists; educators; and funders throughout the country. Americans for the Arts is fighting
to ensure that art, music, dance and theatre do not disappear from our schools and communities.
Global Fusion Art is a collective group of multicultural artists and communities committed to
support cross-cultural understanding through visual arts, music, performance and multi-media. We seek to raise awareness
of the global community and promote individuals and organizations that provide humanitarian services across the world.
Participating Visual Artists:
Akhter, Michael Ricardo Andreev, Anna Harper, Ryan Monaghan, Todd Monaghan, Scott Munroe, Zakiya Raines, Tania Sen
7:00 pm - Paul Roseman will present the Space
Solar Power Project. A long time member of the National Space Society, Paul Roseman will show a plan to get solar power at
a reasonable cost. Solar power from outer space is an opportunity to get clean energy with technology helping to reduce cost.
7:30 pm - Music by Violinist Michael Braudy.
An experienced violinist in Western, North Indian and Celtic music, Michael Braudy has taught music and meditation for over
30 years. A versatile improviser, he regularly collaborates with poets, storytellers, dancers, theatre and mime.
Wine and light refreshments will be served. Admission $10 Suggested
Artists pledge 10% of sale price of artwork and event
proceeds will be donated to Americans for the Arts, dedicated to keeping arts and culture alive in our schools and communities.