STRENGTH IN NUMBERS

an auction to provide support for the Panjectivist Salon

October 10 - 27, 2002
Opening Reception Thurs. Oct. 10th 6-9:30 P.M.
A silent auction will begin at 7:30 P.M.

Visit panjectivist.org

Contributing artists and members:

David Hochbaum

David Hochbaum

 
Jessica Marx

Jessica Marx, "Arms Bending, 2001"

 
Jim Hunter

Jim Hunter

Lincoln C. Capla, Daniel Edwards, Comilla Fallon, Yourie Frakine, David Hochbaum, Jim Hunter, David Kesting, Arthur P. Kirmms, Alex Kneselac, Nicole Laemmie, Bonnie Rychick, Antony Zito, Dennis Weddle, Christian Haag, Zak Jones, Lynette Huang, Mark Demott, Matthew Riva, Kimberly Hauer, John Landino, Kon Trubovich, Annie Livingston, De La Vega, Tim Ferensten, Jessica Marx

A suggested donation of $7 will be collected at the door. Additional proceeds will benefit the Coalition for the Homeless

The Williamsburg Art & Historical Center is the fiscal agent for the Panjectivist Salon. All tax deductible contributions to the Panjectivist Salon should be made out to WAH Center. Please indicate “for Panjectivist Salon” on bottom of check.

The Panjectivist Salon was officially formed September 7th, 2001 by Lincoln C. Capla and Antony Zito, as a discussion group devoted to giving working artists an open forum for the development of their visions. The Panjectivist Salon meets weekly.

For applications and inquiries.
please send a self-stamped, addressed envelope to

Attention: Panjectivist Salon
c/o Zito Studio/Gallery
122 Ludlow Street
New York, New York 10022

or call (646) 602-2338


Made possible in part by grants from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Independence Community Foundation and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz

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