Thursday, June 5th, 2008, 6 –
The Spark, 161 West 22nd
Street (6th & 7th Ave), New York, NY, 10011
Global Fusion Art presents an exciting evening of art, music and more, inspired by myths
and icons from around the world. A myth is an abstraction of reality, a reflection of experiences of a culture by which
it was created. As we step into the multicultural realm shown in the work of our participating artists, co-existing
myths and realities demand reconciliation.
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. For this event, artists pledge 10% of sale price of artwork and event proceeds will be donated to
Oxfam Myanmar Cyclone Relief and Rehabilitation Fund.
Farhana Akhter, C Bangs, Fareen Butt, Janet Cristenfeld, Dulcie Dee, Mia Roman Hernandez, Nadiya
Jinnah, Ramya Ravishankar, Tania Sen, Juan Carlos Suazo, Maryann Sussoni, Lawrence Terry, Margo Vallone
Healing in the 21st Century with Jen Hoy
Nutrition is a unique system of mind, body, and energetic integration. Utilizing cutting edge nutrition,
intuitive reading, energy medicine and other healing methods drawn from timeless global traditions, help clients bring themselves
into emotional, physical, and spiritual alignment.
Carnatic Indian Classical
Songs by Latha
Open Music Ensemble presents ‘Raga Time
Braudy (Violin), Manuela Le Chler (Alto Saxophone), Philip Foster (Surpeti),
Tripp Dudley (Tabla), Dawoud Kringle (Sitar, Dilruba)
Wine and Light refreshments will be served.
Admission Fee: $10 Suggested
pledge 10% of sale price of artwork and event proceeds will be donated to Oxfam Myanmar Cyclone Relief and Rehabilitation