ArtErotica, April 21st

Posted on 04/11/2007. Filed under: AIDS Services Austin, AIDS/HIV, Austin, erotic art, fund raiser |

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Well…the date has finally come and it is time for you to do the same…

The Octopus Club is more proud than ever to announce ArtErotica 2007 has found a new home and a new date. Join us April 21st at 701 Tillery Street from 9pm to 12am for the most anticipated party of the year. 

For those of you who have never been, ArtErotica is a jaw-dropping, eye-popping riot of a party loaded with erotic art, fabulous outfits, provocative desserts and beautiful people benefiting the AIDS Services of Austin’s Paul Kirby Emergency Fund. Voted the Sexiest Nonprofit Fundraiser by the Austin Chronicle, ArtErotica is certainly a party you don’t want to miss!

Party Details:

Date: April 21, 2007

Time: 9pm to 12am

Where: 701 Tillery Street

Tickets ($35 Advance/ $50 at Door): Available online at OctopusClub.org and ASAustin.org as well as TapeLenders Austin and Lobo Book Store.

General Questions:

Tim Young tyoung2@austin.rr.com 512-418-8920

Art Donations:

Tim Young tyoung2 at austin dot rr dot com

Mark Fisette. mfisette at yahoo dot com

Media Inquiries:

Scott Ballew scottinaustin at mac dotcom

Michelle Patterson tm_patterson at hotmail dot com

Volunteers:

Ann Hargrove alhargrove13 at yahoo dot com

Hosts:

Frank Garrahan frankjg at sbcglobal dot net

Thank you so much for your continued support, enthusiasm and encouragement!  See you Saturday, April 21st, 2007!

The Octopus Club

 

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