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The Wild Project to Honor Big Art Group at 10th Anniversary Party Tonight

The Wild Project to Honor Big Art Group at 10th Anniversary Party Tonight

The Wild Project, which recently converted to a 501C-3 non-profit to better align its mission of supporting artists with affordable space and to enrich its East Village community, is honoring Big Art Group at its 10th Anniversary Party.

The party takes place tonight (Monday, November 13) at 7 PM at the wild project (195 E. 3rd Street, between Avenues A & B). Tickets, which are $25 or $50 for open bar, are available at

Celebrate 10 years in the East Village with The Wild Project at a blow out party sponsored by Beau's All Natural Craft Brewery and featuring small plates from Branded Saloon. The party honors groundbreaking theater company Big Art Group. The New York based experimental performance ensemble founded by visionaries Caden Manson and Jemma Nelson in 1999, Big Art Group uses language and media to push formal boundaries of theatre, film and visual arts; it creates culturally transgressive works and innovative performances using original text, technology and experimental methods of communication.

Raffle items include tickets to The Public's Tiny Beautiful Things, The Slipper Room's in-house variety show, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater rep shows Until the Flood and Draw the Circle, The Hypocrites: Pirates of Penzance at NYU Skirball, as well as tickets to La MaMa and The Flea Theater and memberships for Cherry Lane Theatre's Mentor Project productions. Exit 9 Emporium gift shop is donating select items from its store. An autographed copy of Isaac Oliver's book Intimacy Idiot is also up for grabs. Also part of the raffle is a one-year MoMa Dual Membership, good for use at The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1.

All proceeds from the party will benefit The Wild Project's numerous sponsorship initiatives, such as; the International Human Rights Festival, The Current Sessions, Queer Theater Initiative, East Village Queer Film Festival, Theater Throwdown, Phoenix Theatre Ensemble and many others.

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