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Bare Hands turns 10! Show some love…

Show Bare Hands some love! For those that are not in metro Birmingham, check out the site:

http://www.barehandsgallery.com/

This information was forwarded to me earlier this week. Pass the link and the info around if you can.

Cheers.

so, bare hands gallery is having a fundraiser / summer celebration on saturday, july 22nd and you should be there.

this event has a three-fold agenda:

1- to honor the gallery’s founder jessica helfrecht who will be on site for the celebrations – come give her some love

2- to raise money for the new central air-conditioning system that bare hands bought earlier this summer to help make the gallery a more comfortable space for all of you art lovers

3 – to raise money for the second new central air-conditioning system that they had to buy when the first system was stolen [ten days after being installed] making the new total for the a/c come out around $10,000.

come show some love and support a vital part of the birmingham art scene which has been functioning to serve it’s community for ten years.

also, there will be great music:

– the narcs featuring steve lewis- 4:00pm
– herb trottman and friends – 5:30pm
– the nowhere squares – 7:00pm
– bo butler and the nice boys – 8:30pm

and rashid will be behind the bar, as per usual, slinging the free beverages and making witty comments.

admission at the door is $10.00 but feel free to give more
and raffle tickets will be being sold for $2.00 to raffle off some bare hands gallery vintage art.

so, come out, support, love art. and listen to these great bands.

bare hands gallery is located at:
109 richard arrington jr. blvd. s. [21st st. s.]
birmingham, al 35233
tel: 205-324-2124

gallery hours are: wed – sat 11-6

bare hands gallery is a 501(c)(3) non profit community supported organization. any donations you make are tax deductible.

if you show here, if you love art, if you perform here, if you know artists who show here, come out and support this organization – it has been striving to support you.

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