Friday, January 21, 2011
Postcards from the Edge - Thank You & Sales
Thank You to everyone who came out to support Visual AIDS's 13th annual Postcards From the Edge benefit, held Jan 7–9, 2011 at CRG Gallery. To date, the benefit raised over $73,700, with over 1400 participating artists and 1,200 attending guests. We are immensely grateful to the contributing artists, CRG gallery, volunteers, sponsors and collectors for making the event so beloved, so well-attended, and so successful.
Buy a Postcard
Missed the event or want to buy more postcard artwork? For a limited time, postcard-sized artworks may be purchased for $85 each; buy 2 and receive a 3rd as our Thank You. Follow these easy steps to view and buy artwork:
Facebook & Flickr
View a limited selection of available postcard-sized artwork on our Facebook or Flickr account. If you see something you like, contact us ASAP at 212-627-9855 or info@visualAIDS.org.
In New York City
If you are in the NYC area, you can make an appointment to view a selection of postcard-sized artworks at our Visual AIDS office, 526 West 26th Street #510, btw 10th & 11th Avenues. Office Hours: Monday-Friday from 11AM-6PM. Set-up an appointment at 212-627-9855 or info@visualAIDS.org.
Want to do more?
Had a great time at Postcards From the Edge? Love your new artwork? Missed the event but still want to show your support? Let Visual AIDS know you care. Additional donations are always greatly appreciated.
Purchases and donations can be made by check, credit card or PayPal. You can pay-by-phone by calling 212-627-9855 or online through PayPal. Checks can be send to: Visual AIDS, 526 West 26th Street #510, New York, NY 10001. More donation details here.
Postcards From the Edge is made possible by the generosity of artists like yourself. Participating artists will be contacted by post or e-mail in 4-6 weeks regarding the collector of your work or, if requested, the return of unsold works. Click here for a full list of participating artists, event photos and details. Thank you again for your support and patience.
images courtesy of Steven Rosen Photography