The Invisible Dog Art Gallery on Bergen near Smith in Boerum Hill is holding a fundraiser on Kickstarter to fund it’s fourth season. They’ve made their goal, $25,000, but now they are raising extra to fund even more art, performance, music and community events, as well as to help fund an after-school art program for local low-income kids. I donated because, well, I adore this art gallery and we are lucky to have it here. It’s the only local place, really, to partake in a fine, sometimes wacky, lovely, playful and often gorgeous display of fine art and performance.
Invisible Dog hosts local food movement fests and all kinds of cool stuff, fundraisers for local public schools, etc. They need our monetary support, so open those checkbooks. A donation of $200 gets you an authentic Invisible Dog leash, those famous funky party favors that were made at the factory once at the gallery from 1970 to 1990, as well as other cool loot.
Click here to donate.
Read more at South Brooklyn Post about the Invisible Dog and its director, Lucien Zayan, a pied piper of the international art scene: