1:00 pm – Kick off on stage 1:10pm – Orianne and Phil Collins Little Dreams Foundation Performance 2:00 pm – Street Art Class by Inkie 2:30pm – ECC Jazz Youth Boot Camp Ensemble’s young talented musicians 3:30 pm – Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” in English. 4:40pm-7pm: DJ Anthony with complimentary glass of wine for adults 4:40pm-7pm : British SAM Childrens Day Disco Party. Complementary pancakes all day
2:00pm : Kick off on Stage 2:30pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” ( inspired by true story of a slaved child in Pakistan – movie produced with UNICEF ). For children and adults. In English. 4:00 pm : Gipsy Jazz Concert by French Horn 5:00pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal”. French version with Bruno Solo, Yvan Le Bolloc’h and Victor Quilichini. 6:30pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” in English. 6:30pm-9pm: SAM Night Art Walk with complimentary glass of wine. 11am-5pm: Complementary Street Art Guided Tours Complementary pancakes (French crepes) all day
2pm-4pm: Art classes with famous street artist Trek6 3pm: Guided tours with complimentary glass of wine 4pm: Concert Guitars over Guns 5pm Remarks by State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle & guests 5:45pm: Premiere of the animated movie “Iqbal” ( inspired by true story of a slaved child in Pakistan – movie produced with UNICEF ) Complementary pancakes all day
From February 10th to 20th, a world-first Street Art exhibition comes to Little River Miami. #StreetArtMankind is the pledge of 35+ prominent and generous Street Artistswho have decided to engage their Art from the streets, to raise awareness on the issues of the children of the street! Discover: A gigantic street art maze Art classes with talented street artists Creativity workshops and message of hope Funds raised (via ticketing and the sales of the arts) will benefit the foundation of the Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi, especially the “raid and rescues” activities along with the creation of “child-friendly villages.”
United Nations #AtThisAge VIP Closing Ceremony with live performances by 6 amazing street artists (Shalak Attack, Mr Dheo, Mr Cenz, Bruno Smoky, Victor Ash, Jo di Bona); a Street Art live auction by Mrs. Barbara Strongin – 7pm; and the reveal of a surprise masterpiece… Followed by a cocktail! Buy Art, Save Children! Start bidding today at catawiki.com/sam. To attend the exclusive closing ceremony, RSVP before Thursday 26th at email@example.com Address: 22 E 60th St, NEW YORK, NY 10022
A call-out from street artists to stop child slavery For the first time, the UN opens its door to street artists to raise awareness on child slavery. From January 16th to 27th at the United Nations, Street Art for Mankind presents artworks from famous street artists that depict the tragic reality of child labor and child slavery. 15 artists from all over the world have created unique paintings, based on the true stories of child laborers. They invite us to see the terrible conditions of some 168 million children in this situation. But they also provide us with a message
Street Art for Mankind is partnering with the prestigious Sagamore Hotel during this 2016 Art Basel! Starting Nov 29th, world famous street artists supporting SAM will be exhibiting and performing live as part of the “femme fatale exhibition” organized by this historical Art deco Hotel. Key dates: Tuesday Nov. 29th – Opening Party organized by French & Famous with Clandestinos Saturday Dec. 3rd – Iconic brunch and silent auction with Mr. Cenz, Kazilla, Aquarela Sabol & Yuhmi. From Nov. 29th 2016 to Jan. 15th 2017 – Exhibition “femme fatale” at the Sagamore Hotel Buy Art, Save Children. For inquiries on buying the Art pieces created,
70 spectacular masterpieces from 4×4 feet to 40×8 feet are to be auctioned on catawiki.com/sam. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Closing Day Program: 10am-6pm: Adult guided tours and Children Street Art workshops 6pm – Exceptional Live auction with Barbara Strongin. John Saxx closing Jazz performance and DJ Mike. Complementary wine and catering Complementary pancakes all day. All funds collected will be given directly to the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) to help rescue and rehabilitate enslaved children across the world.
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