The Wrong Side of the Tracks
The Wrong Side of the Tracks is an art fashion fusion show that will take place at A an Art gallery on Saturday, November 8th at 6 pm. The event will feature the work of 6 local designers and various artists.
There will be food & drinks, a raffle, and an art auction.
FEATURING THE DESIGNS OF
Edward S. Coleman
Burning Artists Collective & Mind Honey
David William Turner
GENEROUS CATERING DONORS
Wedge - A Cheese Shop
The Isles Teashop
This event calls for semi-formal dress. Patrons may buy an extra ticket that will be given to a youth who could not otherwise afford to attend this event. This "Ticket for You, Ticket for Youth" program is intended to give young people the opportunity to have a nice night out on a budget and experience all of the art and culture that this community has to offer.
In addition to showcasing fashion and art, there will also be performances during intermissions between designer runs in the show.
All efforts are intended to benefit the community. This show reaches out to local artists, local designers, provides a night out for Reno-ites of all ages, and benefits a local charity, the Nevada Youth Empowerment Project.
The NYEP does a lot of outreach for unsupported and parentless youth in the community, including, but not limited to, housing, food, clothing, life skills training and daily positive adult interaction.
From the NYEP: "Our mission is to make a lasting change in the lives of the youth we serve. As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. We need your help, we invite you to be our village. We know that you are passionate, motivated and most of all talented. Put your passion, motivation, and talent to good use by getting creative and involved with NYEP. There are countless ways that you can help and make a difference in the lives of youth right here in Northern Nevada, from making a donation, hosting a fundraiser or donating your time and talents as a volunteer."
Find more info at http://nvyep.org/
A an Art Gallery (View)
40 E. 4th STREET
Reno, NV 89501
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