Shakespeare’s Fulcrum, a new art gallery in Hudson, NY, hosted a benefit this past Tuesday night, June 22, to raise funds and awareness for a new Venus statue in 7th Street Park.
Model of the potential new Venus statue for 7th Street Park
The evening’s guests ate a delightful dinner prepared by Sonder followed by a burlesque show. The artist, Tery Fugate-Wilcox, was present. He helped start the Actual Art Movement and his art is featured in the permanent collections of MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim Museum, and the Smithsonian.
Trixie, Tery, and Dove
Cy Melina-Kai Lauz is the person behind the GGBB Foundation.
The GGBB Foundation was a force behind the event. According to their literature, GGBB “works to radically change our current social contracts, replacing them with equity-based opportunities. GGBB aims to promote learning balance through beauty, real estate, health, and finance. Starting right where we live – in Hudson, New York.”
Shakespeare’s Fulcrum at 612 Warren Street will present the “New Divine Feminine” exhibition. For more information, you can read about it here.
The FABULOUS Kirby Crone