Slum Doctor Programme

Art Feeds – A Concert/ Gallery Event/ Auction
June 30, 2009, 11:06 am
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Art Feeds – A Concert/Gallery Event/Auction
Saturday, July 11th, 7:00 PM
Eagles Hall
1125 N. Forest St. (catty-corner to the Co-Op)
$3.00 suggested donation

Art Feeds is a charity benefit for the Slum Doctor Programme, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those impacted by HIV/AIDS by providing education, food, healthcare, and hope. Arts Feeds’ mission is to forge connections between Bellingham NGOs and local youth, artists, and businesses in order to make a space for art that creates social change.

On July 11th, Art Feeds will present an arts exhibition on the theme of hunger at the Eagles Hall. Bands Biagio featuring Anna Arvan & Kat Bula, carcrashlander, Go Slowpoke, Karl Blau, and Wooden Wings will play. Local and amazing artists Luke Anthropy, Brittany Beug, Marie Biondolillo, Shelly Browder, Charissa Engstrom, Genevieve Gonska, Corey Greenwald, Melanie Hindman, Katy Houseman, Nora Hughes, Amanda Kalkwarf, Brad Lockhart, Nico Lund, Jonathan McIntyre, Willow Misterly, Matt Rathkamp, Katie Rickard, Michelle Schutte, Corey Urlacher, Mellissa Watt, and Scott Winters will be featured.

We also will have an auction/raffle featuring donations from our lovely community. Current sponsors include: Bellingham Fiddle, Blessings Salon Spa, Corridor Records, Eva Salon, Everyday Music, Fair Trade Haven, Four Starrs Boutique, Fresh Start Espresso, Georgie Girl, Hi-Jinx Audio Recording Studio, Hooligan’s Tattoo & Barber Salon, Ideal, Idiom Theatre, Innate Snow & Skate, Katie’s Cupcakes, Little Cheerful Cafe, Mallard Ice Cream & Cafe, Merch-Bot, Old Fairhaven Wines, Paper Dreams, Pepper Sisters, Pink Nail & Skincare Studio, Poetry Night, Seattle Mariners, Sojourn Jewelry & Clothing, SWELL, Tart Beauty, The Big Fat Fish Company, The Copperhog Gastropub, The Hempest, The Inkwell, The Winter Commission, and Village Books.

Adult beverages will be served. Proceeds of the night’s festivities will go to Slum Doctor Programme. Hope to see you there!


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