Sunday, August 21, 2011


I am thrilled to announce that members of the Green Lotus Project will be playing live to my film works this coming Thursday, August 25 at Baluchi's Park Slope!

The event is also being promoted on the neighborhood blogs: All About Fifth Avenue and Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID! And a small raffle is in the works...stay tuned!

Thank you for your RSVP's --- this is a friendly update!

For those who are in Brooklyn this coming Thursday please make it out --- don't let the SUGGESTED donation keep you from supporting & enjoying a lovely evening of exchange!

For those who can't make it but want to share their generous spirit --- go to my FUNDRAISER ONLINE!

Celebration & Cultural Exchange

Please join us outside on the lovely patio at Baluchi’s Park Slope to celebrate & experience some cultural exchange in support of an international artist exchange in India this Fall!
Thursday, August 25, 2011
6:00 to 9:00 pm  Patio at Baluchi’s Indian Food Park Slope -- 310 5th Avenue between 2nd & 3rd Sts.
A special thank you to Baluchi’s and Arthur for their sponsorship of this evening, facebook likeBaluchi’s Park Slope! The evening is also kindly co-sponsored by Artists on the Brink.
Suggested donation at door, $30 ~ Kids $10 ~
donations made in advance through the Fundraiser page automatically adds you to the guest list!
6:00pm exotic pass around appetizers & discounted cocktails begins
7:00pm screening of works in process by Shannon Brunette with a few of the amazing members of the Green Lotus Project!
7:30pm classical Indian Odissi dance performance by Mala Desai
Children & friends welcomed!
Please see fundraising page for details on how your support will be utilized, I am ever so grateful for all the support of friends, family & strangers alike. Thank you all in advance for this exciting evening in support of an exceptional opportunity to participate in The Raghurajpur International Art/Craft Exchange.
About Mala Desai: The divinity of being – is dance…An Indian classical dancer who believes that dance nurtures the soul and leads you to experience ultimate freedom. Mala has performed at innumerable events in India and America. Most recently Mala was presented to a packed audience in “Om Namo” by Professor Kathryn Posin at The Gallatin School of NYU in NEW unique Odissi-Ballet-Modern dance technique fusion choreography to music from the 2011 Grammy-Nominated album “Soul Call” by Chandrika Krishnamurhty Tandon.
Original Lakshmi drawing: created by artist Nicole S. Fernandez for this special event.

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