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Thursday, November 6, 2008

Brooklyn Art Gallery Grabs Attention of Art Ethusiasts

For Immediate Release

Style Klash Brings Art, Fashion & Music Center Stage For A Fundraiser Benefiting The Gallery At Harriet’s.

Brooklyn, NY November 3, 2008 – 2 years and 25 exhibits later, The Gallery @ Harriet’s is ready to take things to the next level. Drawing over 7,000 visitors to the gallery to date, having garnered the attention of local and national media, exhibiting the work of over 60 emerging artists as well as several notables including Jamel Shabazz and Danny Simmons, is an indicator that The Gallery @ Harriet’s is ready for the big leagues. The Gallery @ Harriet’s is gearing up for a fundraising campaign that they hope will provide them with much needed resources to renovate the gallery and expand their programming.

This Friday, November 7 from 8pm to 12am, Style Klash will take over the Brooklyn Masonic Temple, turning the 55,000 square feet landmark into a tricked out performance venue, where fashion, art and music enthusiasts from around the city will converge to support the arts. Featuring a fashion show, art exhibit and musical performances, Style Klash serves as an example of what The Gallery @ Harriet’s does best, bringing artisans of various mediums together in unconventional and unprecedented ways. The evenings highlights include a performances by Brooklyn based mic-slayer/producer 77Klash and VP Records Songstress Etana, a fashion presentation showcasing the collections of Nassat, Miss Bruno, Coup d’etat and Harriet’s Alter Ego, food and dessert samplings courtesy of local eateries and a DJ set by the world renown DJ Spinna. Attendees will also enjoy an open bar, complimentary appetizes and desserts. Gift bags courtesy of Style Klash sponsors will be distributed to the first 300 guests.
An integral part of Style Klash is “The Affordable Art Show” an exhibition of mixed media two-dimensional work by 20 emerging artists. “It has always been our intent to make art more accessible to the community at large,” states The Gallery at Harriet’s Director, Ngozi Odita, “With this particular exhibit we wanted to really encourage people to make, what might very well be their first art purchase by offering great work at a great price. We want collecting art to be feasible for everyone”. All work exhibited in “The Affordable Art Show” will be priced under $200. Style Klash attendees will also have the opportunity to view and purchase work from12 New York City indie designers.
Tickets for Style Klash are $25 and will be available for purchase at Harriet’s Alter Ego. Tickets can also be purchased online at
ABOUT THE GALLERY AT HARRIET’S ALTER EGO: The Gallery at Harriet’s opened in the spring of 2006. Located in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, the gallery focuses on showcasing the work of emerging artists and has become an important resource and support vehicle for Brooklyn based artists.
ADDRESS: The Brooklyn Masonic Temple is located at 317 Clermont Avenue at the corner of Lafayette Avenue. Subway: C to Lafayette or G to Clinton/Washington. Bus: B38 or B69.

Style Klash sponsors include The L Magazine, Delicious Vinyl, Crunch Fitness, Wine Cellar Sorbet, Dr. Miracles, Glaceau,, Tower Isle, Tamboril,Vegetarian Palate,, Abus’s Homestyle Bakery, Art Slant, JoMart Chocolates and Utz Potato Chips. Style Klash is a BAM About Brooklyn Marketing Partner.


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