On Friday, April 12, 2019, from 7pm to 10pm, New Urban Arts (NUA) will host THE BIRTHDAY BASH at their studio at 705 Westminster Street. The annual fundraising event marks the 22nd anniversary of NUA’s afterschool and summer arts programs for Providence public high school students. Tickets are $35 and are available both online and at the door. All sales benefit NUA’s programming.
Celebrating two decades of arts mentorship, creative practice, and community building, THE BIRTHDAY BASH features a silent art auction and raffle, treats from your fave local restaurants, and an open bar courtesy of Bottles Fine Wine and The East End. Cash, check, credit, and venmo are all accepted. Please note that this event is strictly 21-plus.
The evening’s program also includes an award ceremony honoring three members of the New Urban Arts community who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to our youth.
“Our vital work empowering young people’s creativity depends on the support of our community,” says NUA Executive Director Daniel Schleifer. “Whether you’re a longtime supporter or you’re hearing of New Urban Arts for the first time, we hope to see you there.”
ADDITIONAL PARTY DEETS:
Free off-street parking will be provided by Classical High School.
New Urban Arts’ entrances are wheelchair accessible.
Sponsorship opportunities available: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT NEW URBAN ARTS
Founded in 1997, New Urban Arts is a nationally recognized interdisciplinary arts studio for high school students and emerging artists in Providence. The nonprofit’s mission is to build a vital community that empowers young people as artists and leaders toward a lifelong creative practice. For the past twenty years, New Urban Arts has served as a safe haven for the youth of Providence, inspiring over 2,000 students to envision themselves as creators and community leaders. Youth Mentorship in the Arts is New Urban Arts’ free afterschool program that promotes sustained mentoring relationships between high school students and artist mentors.