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October 11, 2013

ARTWORKS FOR THE CURE (charity art exhibit & sale benefitting the T.J. Martell Foundation)

Friday- Sunday, October 11th-13th
Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport


For details and tickets go to: www.2013artworks.org . You can also pre-bid some of the art at Paddle8.comAIMP members, log in to your Member's Area to get $25 off Friday's ticket. 

It’s a casual and fun event with over 150 painters, sculptors, photographers and mixed media artists participating. Plus, the visual art of music luminaries including Dave Matthews, Tom Waits, John Mellencamp, John and Julian Lennon and Yoke Ono, Brandon Boyd, Ed O’Brien, Leonard Cohen, Grace Slick and Janis Joplin add great excitement to the event! Also included is a great music photography section curated by Danny Clinch and including the work of Henry Diltz, Timothy White and many others. There’s a display of classic album covers from the legendary KOSH and you can even try your own hand at tagging some NY street art.

The T.J. Martell Foundation has raised over $250 million for early stage research into causes, cures and treatments for cancer, leukemia and AIDS. In Los Angeles, over $27 million has been granted to Children’s Hospital LA. Hope you can help us continue the fight and have a great time doing it.  

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