You are Invited to the
4th Annual Gloucester New Arts Festival (GNAF)
An evening of dance & music performances,
food & spirits, and meeting the GNAF Artists!
GNAF Fundraising Celebration
DATE: Wednesday, July 9, 2008
TIME: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Allan Penn Studio, Gloucester
33 Commercial Street , 3rd Floor
COST: Minimum Donation of $35 per person
($30 for seARTS Members)
Checks made payable to seARTS
Your contribution is tax deductible
RSVP: Reserve your spot by purchasing tickets at www.searts.org or email email@example.com
Food, Drinks, and Entertainment are all included.
You will also get to meet the new Artistic Director Michael Jahoda, hear about this year’s projects, and enjoy the sights and sounds of live music and dance performances sprinkled playfully throughout the evening.
We need your support to raise $4,000 before the end of August!
So come join the fun and help support this innovative and exciting event.
4th Annual Gloucester New Arts Festival Details:
The 2008 Gloucester New Arts Festival (GNAF) is continuing its commitment to high quality contemporary art and performance in the unique iconic and under-utilized spaces of Gloucester , MA . This year highlights the well-honed craft of improvised music and dance performance for a choice few of Gloucester ‘s unique historic landmarks.
The festival will take place on August 23 and 24, and for the second year, all performances are once again TOTALLY FREE of charge. By eliminating ticket sales, we must raise this through fundraising!
We are asking for donations to help raise funds to cover our production costs. GNAF has been awarded a generous $4,000 matching grant from the
Society for the Encouragement of the Arts (seARTS) through the
Massachusetts Cultural Council John and Abigail Adams Grant.
For more information about the 4th Annual Gloucester New Arts Festival
visit us on-line at www.newartsfestival.com
The Gloucester New Arts Festival is in partnership with seARTS, The Cape Ann YMCA, and Green Street Studio of Cambridge. This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Gloucester Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by the Massachusetts Cultural Council John and Abigail Adams Grant for Cultural Economic Development.