POP! is an interactive networking and promotional experience, for artists in every side of creative market, from Painting to Culinary. This experience will draw the eyes of the elite and the attention of the world as a new wave of creativity is marketed to the movers and shakers of our society. How does it work? Every month POP! will showcase one hard-to-sell warehouse or industrial space for a one-of-a-kind open-house property experience. Showcasing the Realestate, as what it can be and not what it currently is, is a wonderful way to get the property sold and the community to gain investors.
Artists, ranging from Painters to Sculptors, will be found and offered the chance to have be a part of a One-Weekend ONLY Exhibition. PreShowings will be shown to prominent Art Gallery Owners, Art Investors and Agents. Opening Night will be targeted towards Real Estate Buyers, Investors and Agents… this is their chance to see what the property can be. All while enjoying the musical performances of a series of undiscovered musicians looking for exposure, and eating the delicately designed menu from an up-incoming chef, food truck, or catering business. The combined efforts will create an event showcasing every part of the event, from the event lighting to the craftsmanship from our in-house/freelance carpenters and gallery technicians. And the silent auctions of the night, along with a portion of artistic sales, will go towards our in-house POP! Art for a Cause Charity Projects bring back the arts to impoverished communities and schools.
POP! Art for a Cause will be raising funds for Create Now, an organization that POP! Founder, Author & Philanthropist, CG Martin truly believes in.
Create Now serves vulnerable children ages 2-21 who have been abused, neglected, abandoned, orphaned (foster youth), homeless, teen parents, victims of domestic violence, children of prisoners, substance abusers, on probation or incarcerated. Our therapeutic programs include music, visual arts, literary arts, fashion, performing arts, digital media and cultural journeys.
These “forgotten children”are tucked away in group homes, shelters, detention centers, rehab facilities, mental health clinics and special schools throughout Southern California. We also provide arts education in Title 1 schools for disadvantaged youth to prevent dropouts.
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