Uproar Art director Max Goodman with students.
Help Uproar Art earn a nomination for consideration of a $250,000 grant. In order to be considered, Uproar needs to get 250 votes. Every vote helps and it takes only a few seconds to cast your vote. You don't even need an account, just log in through facebook. Here is the facebook link http://www.facebook.com/events/355059507899587/. You can learn more about Uproar Art by visiting their web site at http://www.uproarart.org/. In order for your vote to count it needs to be cast before June 30th.
Below is the email I received directly from Uproar director Max Goodman.
As many of you know, I run a non-profit for kids called Uproar Art.
We offer free and low-cost classes for kids and teens in the Brooklyn
community, and this year started an in-school Visiting Artists
Program. Uproar has just entered a contest to win a $250,000 grant,
and we need your vote. To be considered, we need to earn 250 votes by
June 30th. The voting process is free, quick and easy, so please help
Uproar today. Visit
www.missionsmallbusiness.com and search for Uproar Art. Another cool
thing is that you can vote for more than one business, so feel free to
find a few more to support. Thanks in advance for helping us out, and
don't hesitate to share this with other folks you know. This grant
would mean the world to me!
Thanks again -
Ken is a painter who currently lives in Ridgewood, NY and maintains a studio in Greenpoint.
About This Blog
This blog is meant to share an inside look at my studio practice. I will also be sharing links to other interesting blogs and web projects and will share news and exhibition opportunities from time to time.
See two of my paintings and an artist statement published in conjunction with the 26th Tallahassee International Exhibition at the Florida State Museum of Fine Art.
Check out these two recent articles which mentioned my work in the Tucson Weekly. The first by Margaret Regan and another written by Rachel Cabakoff.
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