Wednesday, November 24, 2010

From Thomas Warfield

  The 10th Anniversary
          PeaceArt World AIDS Day Benefit Concert

    December 1st @ 7:30pm
     Hochstein Performance Hall   50 N. Plymouth Ave. 

Tickets $10                                      
              Equal=Grounds Coffee House           Outlandish Videos & Gifts              Parkleigh
                            750 South Ave.                          274 N. Goodman St.                   215 Park Ave.

Tickets can also be purchased with Paypal @

For 10 years the World AIDS Day Benefit Concerts were designed to extend our compassion to children in other lands – orphaned children afflicted with and affected by HIV/AIDS.  Our collective efforts have supported hundreds of children in Kenya, Romania, India, Brazil, China, Thailand and children here in Rochester.  Our mission has been to entertain our audience along with inspiring broader thinking and engaging their hearts.

Performers include: Students from School #58, RIT/NTID Dance Company,  singers Scott Ginett & Donna Accorso, Nazareh College vocal studnet Waiton Farrell, Futurpoint Dance Company,  ASL poets Patrick Graybill & Eddie Swayze, and Bush Mango. Congesswoman Louise Slaughter receives a special PeaceArt Creative Spirit Award. University of Rochester Dr. Michael Keefer will receive the International Visitor Leadership Award frm the US State Department.  All Proceeds from this year’s event  support the Countrywide Uncedo Lwabantu Projects & Health Services in Alexandra Township, South Africa.

PeaceArt International, Inc. is a not-for-profit local/global outreach organization utilizing the arts and the creative process to build community, nurture greater human understanding and foster world peace.

  P.O. Box 40028, Rochester, NY 14604

Sponsored in part by:
Rochester Victory Alliance and the University of Rochester Medical Center,

Center for AIDS Research

World Aids Day Art Exhibit

Empire State College, 1475 Winton Road North
Phone 224-3200.

The exhibit is open during regular college hours. 

Note: Helen Demay has a painted collage in this exhibit
commemorating US visual artists who have died of aids.

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