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A NEW BREED – Party to benefit Exit Art’s SEA program and the Waterpod

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A NEW BREED – Party to benefit Exit Art’s SEA program and the Waterpod

Time: February 26, 2010 at 8pm to February 27, 2010 at 1am
Location: Exit Art
Street: 475 Tenth Ave. (corner of 36th)
City/Town: New York, NY
Website or Map: http://www.exitart.org
Event Type: party
Organized By: Exit Art and Waterpod
Latest Activity: Feb 25, 2010

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Exit Art and Waterpod are excited to introduce a night of multimedia performance from a generation of young artists and innovators. Join the party to benefit Exit Art’s SEA (Social Environmental Aesthetics) program and Waterpod.

A New Breed reimagines social space and revises the notion of the Happening in 2010. It presents a group of artists working in video, music, and performance who are interested in community, sustainability and new visions for the post industrial landscape.

WHAT: A NEW BREED – Party to benefit Exit Art’s SEA program and the Waterpod

WHEN: Friday, February 26 / 8pm – 1am

WHERE: Exit Art 475 Tenth Ave. (corner of 36th) NYC : Main Gallery

COST:$5 – $20 Pay-As-You-Wish
Tickets at the door / Cash bar

A NEW BREED is inspired by the Waterpod, a floating, sculptural structure/habitat/community space that traveled around the boroughs of New York in Summer 2009.

Conceived by Papo Colo, SEA is a unique endeavor that presents a diverse multimedia exhibition program and permanent archive of artworks that address social and environmental concerns.

Curated by Ian Daniel and Mary Mattingly in cooperation with Exit Art.
EXIT ART 475 Tenth Avenue NYC 212-966-7745 www.exitart.org

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