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Boston International Fine Art Gala

By Charlotte Robinson, October 11, 2018
The Boston International Fine Art Show Gala takes place on Thursday October 18th at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts at 539 Tremont Street in Boston, MA from 5:30P to 8:30P. Proceeds from the show's opening night preview will benefit The Art for Justice Fund. Tony Fusco, Co-Producer stated, "We are honored to be benefiting The Art For Justice Fund, which gives grants to organizations & artists working to reduce mass incarceration & reform the criminal justice system. We are proud to be using art to help in this huge social justice issue. We are welcoming 40 galleries & artists this year including Greg Vrotsos, who currently plays a prison guard on 'Orange is The New Black' & who is a very talented abstract artist." The Art for Justice Fund makes grants to organizations, advocates & artists leading impactful & cutting-edge work to reduce jail & prison populations across the country, while strengthening education & employment opportunities for people leaving the system. On display during the show will be selected images from The Writing on the Wall, a collaborative installation made from poems, diagrams, essays, letters, notes & stories from incarcerated people around the world. At the opening night benefit gala enjoy exquisite cuisine, fine wine & music by the Lihi Haruvi Quartet & be among the first to select from a dazzling array of Old Master to contemporary fine art. The 22nd Boston International Fine Art Show runs from Friday October 19th to Sunday October 21st. Tickets for the opening night gala range from $125 to $250.
For More Info & Tix: fineartboston.com
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