Art Conspiracy is putting on its 4th annual fundraiser benefiting Preservation LINK, Inc., a non-profit org committed to providing "life experience literacy" for students in the South Dallas area through a variety of programs and initiatives. The benefit will feature 150 Dallas area artists in a 40,000 square foot warehouse, with live music from MOUNT RIGHTEOUS, Cameleon Chamber Group, Aton, and more.
When and where is this event?
Saturday, December 6th at 7:00pm at 4011 Gulden Lane, Dallas, TX 75212. Tickets are $10 to get in the door.
How can I help?
Tell your friends and family about this event. Make a donation online or become a sponsor of the event (not sure what the deadline is for this.) Check out Art Conspiracy on Facebook or MySpace. OR volunteer at the event by contacting Ange Fitzgerald, Volunteer Coordinator for Art Conspiracy, at email@example.com.
About Art Conspiracy
The mission of Art Conspiracy is to inspire Dallas' art and music scenes to join forces for the benefit of a local non-profit art and/or music organization. Art Conspiracy strives to put on guerilla-style, affordable art fundraisers and use the proceeds from these events to reinvest in the local arts economy. By doing this, Art Conspiracy works to unite the Dallas Fort Worth arts and music communities and raise awareness of the local arts scene.
About Preservation LINK, Inc.
Preservation LINK, Inc. has been a 501(c) (3) for only just a few years – and in those few years, they have been able to create a family of youth media programs. They strive to provide “life experience literacy” for elementary, junior high, and high school students in South Dallas through a variety of programs and initiatives, including a photojournalism program called “Point of View” and a media skills training course called “SIGHT & SOUND.” The goal of these programs is to encourage youth to document and appreciate their communities, and in turn embrace personal responsibility and civic engagement.
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