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Today is the Day Fall 2018 Benefit GALA
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM Jane Hotel Ballroom
Date: November 27, 2018 to November 27, 2018
Where: Jane Hotel Ballroom, 113 Jane Street, New York, New York, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Education
Ticket Price: N/A
TODAY IS THE DAY (TITD) invites you to our annual Fall 2018 Benefit Gala at the Jane Hotel Ballroom.  Benefit Committee: Catherine David (Deputy Director, Centre Pompidou, Paris) John Miller (Artist, Professor at Barnard College, New York) Jennifer and Angelina Chun (Musicians)  Ludovica Capobianco (Curator, New York) John Armleder (Artist, Geneva) Serge Becker (Creative Director, Museum of Sex NY) Gianni Jetzer (Curator, Art Basel Unlimited) The evening will be an inspiring night of special performances, speakers, and a signature live art auction (Sotheby's) to raise critically needed funds to continue and expand its important humanitarian programs.  WHY TITD Today 380,000 children remain in Fukushima with little public institutional aid or any other organization in the world lending art therapy or retreat program to serve the children in this region, relief is needed more than ever.  Video:  https://vimeo.com/140325818 Artworks, speakers and performances will be announced shortly.  WHAT'S INCLUDED IN GALA TICKETS:  • Live Art Auction in the presence of collectors, museum directors and artists • Art Exhibition at the Jane Hotel Ballroom  • Speakers and Performances Program • Tea Ceremony • Dinner by a Japanese Food Designer (sponsored by Bozu & Brooklyn Ball Factory)  • Live Performances • Tailored Cocktails by SOTO Sake MIRAKE KUCHIE - ART THERAPY FOR AFFECTED CHILDREN Miracle Kutchie Experience is a 12-day journey of artistic and cross-cultural communication, combined with a community support programme aimed to achieve: 1. Use art as a means to communicate.2. To encourage the freedom of self expression, through a focus on engagement and interaction with the artistic process, rather than the end product.3. To utilise the artistic process as an opportunity to connect with other individuals and engage in self-exploration. This programme is created by a group of multinational individuals who share the common vision of encouraging and supporting children to reach
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