You are invited to join Watershed in New York City for an Upper Crust Pizza Party, Monday May 24!
Location: Barry Friedman Gallery Ltd. · 515 West 26th Street · NYC
Event host is Joy Behar - from ABC's "The View" and HLN's "The Joy Behar Show."
Support this event, and Watershed, with your ticket purchase at one these levels: $75 Artist Ticket $200 Sponsor Ticket $500 Patron Ticket (admits two) $1000 Benefactor Ticket (admits two, plus a personal introduction to our host Joy Behar)
The evening will include:
· Chamber trio Keats Dieffenbach, violin, Meena Bhasin, viola, and Caitlin Sullivan, cello, musicians based in New York, and who perform regularly at Carnegie Hall as members of Ensemble ACJW
· Performances by the Drama Desk Award winning comedy hit Celebrity Autobiography, with special appearance by Susie Essman, and, MAC Award Winning comedy hit Broadway's Next Hit Musical the original improvised musical comedy awards show! Featuring Deb Rabbai & Rob Schiffmann, Emceed by Greg Triggs.
· Auction items available for your bid include: Peter Gourfain original wood block print Evening Light;
Nathan Gwirtz porcelain New York Skyline-bowl; and, select ceramic pieces from a recent donation of over 30 ceramic objects to Watershed from the collection of Gay Zimmerman: Josephine Burr ceramic tray, Matthew Metz covered box, Jan McKeachie-Johnston figurative bottle, Mark Pharis covered box, Mark Shapiro clover jar,
Guests will receive a handmade ceramic "slice" plate by acclaimed Watershed artist alumni with scrumptious pizza by Saluggi's, NYC. This year's plates will feature the likenesses of the "Men of NYC"- Donald Trump, John F Kennedy Jr., Mayor Michael Bloomberg & John D Rockefeller
Click here to visit Watershed's website for more information, or, click here to download the info (.pdf)
To purchase your tickets by credit card or arrange to pay at the door, or to make a gift to support the event, call Watershed - 207.882.6075.
Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1986 with the MISSION to provide serious artists with the time and space to work in clay.