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Art Auction to benefit Non-Profit Center for the Arts ~ Tonight! ~ Eagle Rock

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Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock ~ 2225 COLORADO BLVD. ~ Eagle Rock ~ 323.226.1617

A fun and powerful evening of music, art and food at a benefit silent auction in Eagle Rock's historic former Carnegie Library to celebrate and support Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock - one of the last remaining non-profit community cultural centers serving Northeast Los Angeles!

♦ Silent auction of artwork from over seventy established and emerging artists
♦ Performances by acclaimed French-Latin American-gypsy jazz chanteuse Jessica Fichot
♦ A sampling of local nibbles including savory Cuban-style hors d'oeuvres by Porto's, international sweet treats by Glassell Park bakery Butter Tart, and coffee from Swork
♦ No-host wine and martini bar by Colombo’s

Participating Artists:

Sandy Abramowicz, Fumiko Amano, Kari Atol, Tyn Atol, Sherry Rayn Barnett, Luis Beccera, Joe Biel, Joe Bravo, Hugh Brown, Elisabeth Bryant, BugHouse (Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson), Jamison Carter, Mika Cho, Robbie Conal, Pete Carrillo, Dorit Cypis, Danny DelaMatyr, John Dominique, Tim Ebner, Rick Elden, Spencer Elden, Shari Enge, Shepard Fairey, Jose Fors, Jacqueline Freedman, Dwora Fried, Nathaniel Garcia, Sayre Gomez, Barbara Green, Mark Steven Greenfield, Margaret Griffith, Michael Gullberg, Fritz Haeg, Cidne Hart, Kevin Hass, Heather Hoggan, Yi-Ping Hou, Sara Hunsucker, Fred Hurd, Rinko Kasai Hutchins, Joan Kahn, Haven Lin Kirk, Donna Kolb, Olga Koumoundouros, Johnny Lieberman, Ronald Llanos, Sidonie Loiseleux, Maya Lujan, Marcos Lutyens, Linda Lyke, Brian Mallman, Mary Jean Mallman, Michael Markowsky, Joseph Maruska, Siobhan McClure, Lynne McDaniel, Julie McManus, CJ Metzger, Miss Mindy, Kate Moriarty, Paul Murray, Rebecca Niederlander, John O' Brien, Angela Maria Ortiz S., Ruby Osorio, Susie Pak,  Joan Perlman, Shirley Pettibone, Ricardo Reyes, Sandy Rodriguez, Ed Ruscha, Alex Sanchez, Margie Schnibbe, Dani Tull, Andrew Uchin, Phillip Vaughan, Liz Young and many more.

$50 per person at the door $40 for non-members (prepaid by Friday, May 1)

$30 for current members (prepaid by Friday, May 1)

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