Art Auction Benefit For Standing Rock

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BOSTON MA- Dec. 3 2016, Distillery Gallery is hosting an art auction benefitting the frontline, indigenous led resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. Boston based curators Olivia Ives-Flores, Oliver Mak, and Silvi Naci are selecting a wide array of works from local and national artists to be auctioned at the event.

An after party event will also be hosted at Firebrand Saints with DJs Big Bear and Yvng Pavl CLLCTV Boston. All sales of Notch Beer will be donated to #NODAPL Resources.

The art auction is Dec. 3rd 6-9pm at the Distillery (516 E2nd St. South Boston). This event is free, 21 plus. Featured Artists include Matt Zaremba, Raul Gonzalez, Heather McGrath, Alex Sewell, Ana Karina DaCosta, Sarah Cronin, Autumn Ahn, Ellen Murphy, Thomas Chung, Shane Butler, Elaine Bay, Nick Zaremba, Josh Falk, Maria Molteni, Greg Burdett, Kevin Redstar, Henry Kunkel, Erin Shaw, Damion Silver, Loretta Park, Zachary Naylor, Brian Hart, Pat Falco, Scott Chasse, Andrew Jacob, Farrell Mason, Cyrille Conan, Marka27, Jesse Hernandez, Marisa Malik, Jay Lacouture, Ryan Lombardi, Kristin Texeria, TJ Kelley III, Percy Fortini-Wright and more. DJ Emerson (White Animal Sound) and Creaturos will perform.

Antidesigns will be live silkscreening at the event.

Preview images of the works are being updated daily at the following url:

Native American Rights, ecology and human rights violations against protestors have united artists and curators to take action in solidarity with Standing Rock. As winter descends upon Standing Rock, weather appropriate supplies are needed for continued resistance against the North Dakota Access Pipeline. The Dec. 3rd Art Auction directly supports Red Warrior Camp and the Camp of Sacred Stones via NODAPLSOLIDARITY.ORG

#NoDAPL Solidary is dedicated in supporting the frontline, indigenous led resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. The organization unites allies from around the world to take action against the institutions that are attempting to construct the pipeline by joining in sustained action in solidarity with the Red Warrior Camp and the Camp of the Sacred Stones.

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