|The logo for the 2012 Benefit and Auction|
Happy Friday! Next week, on Wednesday, April 4th, is going to be our annual Benefit and Auction! There is still time to get tickets, so if you’re interested, you can buy online, stop on by (28 W 27th Street between Broadway and 6th, 3rd floor), or give us a call at (212) 481-0295. Ticket prices are a tax-deducible donation, and this year we’re having an after party! We also offer a range of tickets, the lowest being only $30 (or 2 for $50), which is extremely reasonable.
The second image is a two-color 38.5″ x 29.5″ collograph called City of Dreams, which is a mix of buildings both real and imagined. Ross brings together buildings from different cities and different best place to buy modafinil online uk times, along with famous work by architects that were never actually built, into one seamless landscape.
A fine contemporary printmaker, illustrator and author, John Ross studied art in New York at the Pratt Institute and at Atelier 17. A full member of the Society of American Graphic Artists, Ross has exhibited his engravings and woodcuts throughout the United States and major international expositions. Ross spends ample time in Venice and has created several artists books and colorgraphs on cityscapes, both real and imaginary, as well as on typography.
Some news: Next week, Christina will be away for a class event, so expect some guest blogging! As the benefit is next Wednesday, April 4th, we’re promising daily insights into different aspects of the benefit and auction, including preparations, pictures of what we’ll be auctioning off, and photographs of the event itself. It should be a blast, so if you can make it, definitely come on down (tickets are still available!) You’ll be donating to a great cause (including things like keeping this blog going!), you’ll have a great time, and it will be great to see you there!
Have any stories about your favorite part of the Center? Want to give us suggestions or comments? Comment on this post, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit us on Facebook (/centerforbookarts) or follow us on Twitter (@center4bookarts). Can’t wait to see you there!