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ARTISTS Against Hunger

The Food Trust, Artists Against Hunger
(Wynnewood, PA  April 3, 2013) When local artists Linda Dubin Garfield and Susan DiPronio read that in parts of Philadelphia over 50% of the children go to bed hungry, they knew they had to do something. They decided to create change the only way they could – through art. They chose The Food Trust which helps bring nourishment and education to the neighborhoods in question. They created thARTISTS Against Hunger Project and planned several events such as the Pre- Fringe birthday party for Linda in May, 2012 which raised over $700 in lieu of gifts.
Next, they created a “Yummy Rainbow” mural banner as part of Robert Farid Karimi’s Cooking Show: The Diabetes of Democracy at the Asian Arts Initiative with pre-schoolers from a Head Start class in South Philadelphia also in May, 2012. They participated in the 2012 Fringe Festival doing mixed media memoir workshops focusing on What Nurtures Us and Food Des(s)erts in September, 2012.

Now they are organizing the ARTISTS Against Hunger Exhibition May 2- 5, 2013, at the Da Vinci Art Alliance, 704 Catharine Street in South Philadelphia which will feature art from artists from all over the Delaware Valley, juried by Moe Brooker, Artist and Chairman of the Mayor’s Commission of the Arts. Many different styles and media will be represented.

All the work will be fine art and for sale. Checks and cash will be accepted. No credit cards. There will be a Gala Reception open to the public on Thursday, April 2, 6-8 PM, First Friday from 6-8 PM and Gallery hours on Saturday and Sunday, 1-5 PM. Proceeds from art sales benefit The Food Trust. The art show’s motto is Let art nourish your soul to fed our children. The Food Trust works to improve access to healthy, affordable food and to educate children and families about nutrition.This exhibit is organized by smART business consulting which offers business solutions for artists to reach their goals and their audience through individual consulting and coaching, small support groups and seminars as well as providing venues to exhibit art to the public both virtually online (web design and social media) and in reality (exhibitions in galleries and other public venues.)
For more information, visit www.smARTbusinessconsulting.org.