2nd Annual Winter Art Fest

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Albany Center Gallery (ACG) and Albany Distilling Company (ADCo) are excited to announce the 2nd Annual Winter Art Fest in Downtown Albany, NY. Save the date for Saturday, February 22, 2-7pm at ADCo’s Bar & Bottle Shop on Livingston Ave. Not only will it be an art block party to remember filled with live art and a DJ, ice games, and great eats and drinks—it’s a fundraiser for Albany Center Gallery, a local art non-profit.

Music by DJ TRUMASTR, Live art and installations, ALB Vodka ice luge and ice games! DeFazio's Pizzeria will be on-premise for delicious eats and one free Cocktail Club with entry.

Join us in celebrating the arts on Saturday, February 22, 2 -7 pm, $20 (incl. one drink). Buy Tickets Today! 

 

Interested in Sponsoring? Last year, we were anticipating 75 attendees. We were pleasantly surprised with over 300. To meet the wants of the community, we are expanding the event outside of the ADCo walls and into the entrance of the Warehouse District to celebrate the growth of the neighborhood. We anticipate 700 people for Albany’s Winter indoor/outdoor art block party!

GOLD: $2,500 - Live Thank You at the event - your banner in ADCo courtyard - 10 passes - Official sponsor listing/logo on all materials as well as radio promotion - Albany Center Gallery membership - name on ACG thank you wall

SILVER: $1,000 - your banner in ADCo courtyard - 5 passes - Official sponsor listing/logo on all materials as well as radio promotion - Albany Center Gallery membership - name on ACG thank you wall

BRONZE: $500 - 5 passes - Official sponsor listing/logo on all materials - Albany Center Gallery membership - name on ACG thank you wall

COMMUNITY SUPPORT: $100 - 2 passes - listing on all materials

If you are interested in contributing to the 2nd Annual Winter Art Fest, email Karina at kwojnar@albanycentergallery.org or visit http://albanycentergallery.square.site/. Please do so before January 30 to ensure proper listing. We look forward to your support in bringing this community event to life.