Tong Art Advisory’s “Open Air” East Hampton Exhibition of Emerging + Mid-Career Artists

In a region dominated by galleries and fairs centered around blue chip artists, Tong Art Advisory’s Open Air exhibition presents more than 20 works from 15 emerging and mid-career artists (ranging in age from 22 to 35 years old). Housed in an open garage (with 40-foot-long walls and 30-foot-high ceilings) in East Hampton, the exhibition sees 10% of sales donated to each individual artist’s charity …

Don’t Back Down! Art Initiative

With 100% of their proceeds directed to Inner-City Arts, The Okra Project and Equal Justice Initiative, the new artistic initiative Don’t Back Down! sells limited edition prints by emerging and beloved artists including Jamel Shabazz and Brad Elterman. Customers will find well-known images (like some of  David Corrio’s work) and those they’ve never seen before; everything is imbued with beauty, charm and value. Each artwork …

Previewing Superfly’s Philanthropic “Small Business Live” Virtual Event

An online music festival set to benefit at-risk, minority-owned small businesses across the US

Superfly (an experience company known for events like Bonaroo and Outside Lands) has launched their own iteration of an online-only music festival, called Small Business Live. Impressive talent (including Ms Lauryn Hill and Leon Bridges) will perform remotely from various small businesses across the country, all to benefit the Accion Opportunity Fund, a charitable coalition (formed by the merger of Opportunity Fund and Accion US …