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New Urban Arts 21st Birthday Bash!
April 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Join us for New Urban Arts’ 21st Anniversary Celebration and Annual Silent Art Auction on Friday, April 20, 2018, 7-10pm.
New Urban Arts is turning 21, and it’s time to celebrate! The big party is on Friday, April 20. Enjoy great music, tasty beverages by our co-hosts and sponsors Bottles Fine Wine and The East End, and food from an amazing lineup of your favorite local restaurants. Join us for our silent art auction, celebrate this year’s winners of the Sandra Olson, Carole Harman, and Founders’ Awards, and participate in our first-ever raffle!
$35 cash or credit.
Bring your checkbook or debit/credit card for the silent art auction! Don’t forget cash for the raffle!
Ticket includes entry, open bar, and food from all of your favorite local restaurants.
Pre-sale tickets have now ended, but you can purchase tickets at the door the day of our event.
Off-street Parking will be provided by Classical High School.
Can’t come? We hope you’ll consider a donation instead.
We would also like to thank this year’s event sponsors. We couldn’t do it without you!
- Bank of America
- DBVW Architects
- Bottles Fine Wine and The East End
- Trinity Brew Pub
- Asian Bakery
- RISD Continuing Education
- Tortilla Flats
- Case Construction Company
- Laughing Gorilla
- White Electric
- Martha & Chuck Schleifer
- Frog & Toad
- Nice Slice
- Coast Modern
- Sandwich Hut
- Loie Fuller
- What Cheer? Brigade
- Aaronson Lavoie Streitfeld Diaz & Co., P.C.
- Union Studio
- Studio Hop
- Advanced Production & Design
- Blick Art Materials
- The Dean Hotel
- William Raveis–Judy Croyle
- RE/MAX — Jen Petreccia
- El Rancho Grande
- Tracy Jacques Photograhy
- Site Specific
New Urban Arts, 705 Westminster St, Providence RI 02903.
We are proud to partner with a variety of local businesses and organizations. Our extended community makes our work possible. Thank you!
“We’ve long known about the important and lasting impact that New Urban Arts has made on the Providence community. And this year, we are thrilled that The East End and Bottles Fine Wine can be part of helping them to continue to make a difference in our city. We are really proud and very excited to be fully donating all of the wine, beer and cocktails for the 21st Anniversary Party, because it means that New Urban Arts can invest all of the proceeds from ticket sales and the auction back into their amazing programming, while guests can have a blast celebrating all that NUA does. Cheers to New Urban Arts and all of its supporters: Drinks are on us! Katie McManus, Bottles Fine Wine and Spirits
“Bank of America applauds New Urban Arts for its success to bringing the arts to the youth within our community.”
“Case Construction has partnered with many community based schools over the past ten years including Meeting Street, UCAP, and Community Prep, so teaming up with NUA was a natural fit. We enjoy working with a group who’s first priority is the kids in the community they serve, and love coming back after the project is done to see the difference the new spaces have made on their educational experience.” Kurt Gustafson, Case Construction
“We support New Urban Arts because we have seen firsthand how important and encouraging the programs are for the students. The mentors are an amazing and talented group of people that really care about and connect with the students.” Joanne Everett, Tortilla Flats
“The community New Urban Arts provides for young artists is a true asset to our city. NUA’s investment to inclusion in the arts, empowerment, and leadership training is so important to the growth of creative thinkers. Year after year, their artists continue to inspire us!” Virginia Branch, DBVW Architects