The 2nd Annual Night of the Arts Exhibition at the LGBT Center in NYC.

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I will be exhibiting some of my photography works on
Friday, November 4. 7:00pm – 9:00pm
The LGBT Center. Room 410.
208 West 13th street. New York, NY. 10011.
Trains 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, F, M, L to 14 Street.
Other artists are:
Athena Reich
Ryan Janek Wolowski
Timothy Bouldry
Ventiko
Jeffrey Mooney and his Sign language Music Students.
FREE admission and FREE wine!

Centro de la comunidad Gay, Lesbiana, Bisexual y Trans en la Ciudad de Nueva York.

Exhibiré algunas de mis fotografias
El Viernes, 4 de Noviembre 2011. 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Centro LGBT en Manhattan. Room 410.
208 West 13th street. New York, NY. 10011.
Trenes 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, F, M, L a 14 Street.
Entrada y Vino GRATIS.

J&C Productions cordially invite you to their 2nd Annual Night of the “Arts” Exhibition!!

Last year’s show was such a huge success and we know that this year’s event will be just as promising!

We are proud to announce that Athena Reich, Ryan Janek Wolowski, Javier Soriano, Timothy Bouldry, Ventiko Thephotographer and Jeffrey Mooney will be featured at this year’s event.

About the artists:

Athena Reich:
Athena is an award winning singer/songwriter and actress. Most recently, Athena was selected to appear in Lady Gaga’s National Google Chrome Commercial, in which she appears as Lady Gaga, singing and playing the ukulele. Athena won Best Comedy at Canada’s YTV Achievement Awards (Judge Eugene Levy), Best Pop Song for “Love is Love” at MTV LOGO’s Outmusic Awards and her “Logical Song” music video was nominated for Video of the Year (Outmusic 2011). Her video “Love is Love” charted #1 on MTV LOGO. Visit her website

Ryan Janek Wolowski:
Ryan is a well known photographer/videographer who works as an MTV Representative/Personality. He is founder and host of “Ryan Reporting” @ MNN Time Warner Television, Channel 67. Ryan’s work is extensive. In recent months, his photographs were featured at The Leslie Lohman Art Gallery in New York City on July 13, 2011 and he also was the main curator at The 18th Annual Original GLBT 2011 Expo in New York City. Visit his website

Javier Soriano:
“Javier Soriano is an Indigenous/Native American photographer. His work has been published by the media and exhibited in Museums, galleries and art centers.
His photography is more than just an image. His photography speaks and he hopes, people will listen to its message.”

Timothy Bouldry:
Tim picked up a camera at age 19 and began a journey that flourished into a world of adventure, creativity, and awareness. After graduating from The Art Institute of Leslie College in Boston, MA, Timothy organized programs and scholarships to direct disadvantaged youths into summer photography classes. He also taught children and young adults documentary photography. Later, he moved to New York City to pursue his personal interest in becoming a freelance documentary and travel photographer. With his strong beliefs in karma, he became a yoga instructor and taught many classes to raise money to fund trips to Central and South America. After gaining recognition from his efforts he was able to have showings and collect donations from yoga students and photography followers. The money helped buy school supplies for a small school located in a junkyard in Managua, Nicaragua for one year. The project is called “La Chureca: Recycle to Survive.” It is a long-term commitment as he follows the lives and development of the families who grew up in trash site that is currently being renovated into a recycling factory. Timothy is currently up a an award that he took at La Chureca in Washington DC. The image will be displayed at World Bank, FotoDC Gallery, take a tour through various banks across America and will end at the United Nations in New York City. Visit his website.

Ventiko:
was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, raised in Indianapolis, Indiana and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Ventiko’s photographic work has been shown in both group and solo shows in the United States and currently has work in L.A. at Joanne Artman Gallery.
Ventiko is an active member in Professional Women Photographer and is the creator of Aniamamus Art Salon, a curated traveling art salon that meets monthly in New York City.
Her work can be found in both public and private collections including The Kinsey Institute. Ventiko has repeatedly created multiple public installations for both Oranje of Indianapolis and Nightmare Haunted House of New York City and is currently working on a self assigned project involving found milk cartons. Visit her website.

**As a special treat, for everyone’s enjoyment, Athena Reich will be performing throughout the evening**

And also special Sign language presentation Music performance with Jeffrey Mooney and his Sign language Music Students.

Not only is this a wonderful time of the year for people to get together but this also will be a fantastic opportunity to meet our fellow, local artists.

Please come and join us for a night of art, music and drinks…..We wouldn’t want to celebrate our birthdays any other way!
Hugs!
Cortney and Armando

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