NEW YORK CITY LAUNCH OF FUND ART NOW

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THE LAUNCH OF FUND ART NOW
INSTILLING A RENAISSANCE WITHIN
THE ARTS COMMUNITY

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Guest Studying Artwork At The Launch


David Zelikovsky

Dilia Helen With Artist Zach Hyman


With the chic, downtown space, Collective Hardware as the backdrop, members of New York City’s art community mingled for a night of art and music at the launch of Fund Art Now (F.A.N.), A Call to Revolution. Founder of F.A.N. David Zelikovsky kicked-off a ten-day celebration of art, embarking on a mission to instill a new Renaissance within the Arts community and change global consciousness. Also in attendance for the launch was owner of the Chair and the Maiden Gallery, John Dabu. The ten-day festivities include Ulysses’ latest “animated art” endeavor, provocative work by Anton S. Kandinsky, Zach Hyman and Brian Reed, along with musical performances. At the soirée, F.A.N. began its fundraising efforts. The evening’s sponsors included: Ace of Spades, Steinway & Sons, The Global Syndicate, Diamond Club International, TR Luxury, Next Generation Beverage LLC, Barbados Tourist Authority, The Crane Resort, Armand de Brignac Champagne, New York Historical Society, Heart-4-Haiti, One Heart For Haiti and Luxe Event.For additional information, please visit www.fundartnow.org. To volunteer or donate, please visit www.beafan.us.



ABOUT F.A.N.


F.A.N. draws upon all types of Artists and Artisans across the globe to create projects – such as the building of its foundation, brick-by-brick, through a joint effort – drawing international interest toward a focused goal. F.A.N.’s purpose is to create a public congregation in which common goals and interests can be developed in a performance and gallery space where improvisation and collaboration are encouraged— a space where All are welcome; the ultimate goal is to fulfill Vincent Van Gogh's elusive lifelong desire for community among artists, a collaboration of dreams. Art projects selected for sponsorship are chosen based upon their appeal to the base of human nature, where religion and politics are given secondary status, and their perceived effective nature on a global stage with accessibility to the international public— making a simple statement simply. Breaking down barriers that education and socio-economic factors have established over the centuries, accessibility to the masses is of utmost importance to F.A.N.'s mission.

Photos By: Spencer Scott/Fund Art Now

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