TAG Gallery in Santa Monica and U.S.-Japan Council Earthquake Relief Fund to hold Benefit for Japan Earthquake/Tsunami Victims
Saturday, April 23rd, 2011 from 11-5 pm
Reception: 4-6 pm
Saturday, April 23, 2011, TAG Gallery, a Santa Monica based artists’ cooperative, is hosting an art sale to benefit the Japanese earthquake and tsunami victims. Fifty-percent of all sale proceeds from this day will go to the U.S.-Japan Council Earthquake Relief Fund, an organization supporting the immediate relief and long-term rebuilding of the Tohoku region of Japan. 100% of donations go directly to Japanese NGOs, and funds will only be used for projects in Japan.
A special reception for this fundraiser is open to the public and will be held from 4-6pm. Guests can view all available works for sale, which include paintings and mixed media pieces from artists Cynthia Alexander and Suki Kuss.
Support our sister coastal communities in Japan through buying local Contemporary Art
One month after the devastating earthquake and tsunami, Japanese communities need our help. Join us for this benefit, and help rebuild Japan while building your own collection.
About U.S.-Japan Council Earthquake Relief Fund: The U.S.-Japan Council Earthquake Relief Fund was established to collect donations to support immediate relief and the long-term rebuilding of the Tohoku region of Japan. 100% of donations will go directly to Japanese NGOs and funds will only be used for projects in Japan. The first disbursement will go to the Japan Platform(JPF) and the Center for Public Resource Development (CPRD).