Giving Thanks |Pop up Art Show X Canned food Drive
Bright Ring Foundation is hosting an art show and canned food drive on Nov 23, 2019, from 6 pm -10 pm, called “Giving Thanks”. It is a community art show, social event, and fundraiser focused on providing for families in need during the holidays.
Bright Right Foundation has partnered with the Atlanta Community Foodbank to accept canned goods and we will be selling Thanksgiving dinner plates crafted by our in-house chef to raise additional funds. I Keep It Classic LLC will be providing entertainment in the form of live art and musical performance.
Please join us and enjoy our live & interactive art, live performances, and art done by local Atlanta artists. Make sure you bring canned goods and help us serve our community, friends, and families that are in need of a helping hand during the Thanksgiving holiday. This event is free to RSVP if you bring 3 canned goods.
Art Saved My Life |Pop up Art Show (Series 2)
BrightRing Foundation hosted an art show fundraiser called “Art Saved My Life” at Stained Gallery August 17, 2019, from 6 - 10 pm. To raise money to convert a shipping container into a unique, one of a kind mobile art gallery so that we can provide artists with a free gallery space to display their work to potential clients and gain traction and wall space at future venues.
Art Saved My Life |Pop up Art Show (Series 1)
Art Saved My Life was a charity pop-up art show March 30,2019 That supports artists that have dedicated their lives to creativity, expression, and turned their passion into a career. Our pop up show was curated to create an experience that connects viewers with the artists and enhances their appreciation for art.
Nightmare On Edgewood |Pop up Art Show
Nightmare On Edgewood pop up art show was Halloween Oct 31.2018 at Iconic lounge on 419 Edgewood Atlanta, Ga. Our pop up art show was curated to be a haunted house themed art show with art from local Atlanta artists.
This Is America |Pop up Art Show
This is America” Pop-up art show was August 31,2018 located at The Bakery Atlanta. It was curated to bring awareness to social injustices in America. By combining both art and music allowing local Atlanta artists from different disciplines to showcase their art and express themselves. While also providing a platform for artists for to gain exposure to potential clients.