Alchemical Vessels exhibition at the Joan Hisaoka Gallery

As a curator of the upcoming Alchemical Vessels exhibition at the Joan Hisaoka Gallery, I’m very excited to share that Benefit-Vessel Contributions open this Wednesday (March 12th) starting at 10am here www.smithcenter.org/benefit.
With each Benefit-Vessel contribution, supporters gain access to the exclusive Benefit event on May 2nd and get the opportunity to select one of 125 vessels on display, with priority selection determined by date and time the contribution is made online. In other words, early contributors enjoy first selection of the 125 vessels. With the involvement of a diverse collection of established and emerging artists (list of artists  www.smithcenter.org/benefit), the exhibition and the highly-anticipated Benefit-Vessel Contributions launch promises to be a rewarding and unique way to support a great organization.
About the exhibition:
20 curators were invited to select 125 artists to use their own personal aesthetic and medium to transform a simple ceramic bowl, drawing inspiration from the bowl as a symbol of a space where healing can take place. The exhibition benefits Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, a nonprofit health, education, and arts organization that develops and promotes healing practices that explore physical, emotional, and mental resources that lead to life-affirming changes for people affected by cancer.Alchemical Vessels  at the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery (1632 U St. NW)
April 4 – May 16, 2014
Opening Reception – Friday, April 4, 7-9pm
Special Benefit Event – Friday, May 2
Artists’ Closing Reception – Friday, May 16, 7-9pm
Learn more about the exhibition here www.smithcenter.org/benefit.  Join the event on Facebook here http://www.facebook.com/events/661970183841519   Please spread the word and share with others in your network. I look forward to seeing you at the opening reception and perhaps the Benefit.
Best,
Camille Mosley-Pasley

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