Aeqai Annual Silent Art Auction and Benefit November 14th

October 26th, 2019  |  Published in Announcements

Aeqai, an international online visual arts journal, hosts its twelfth annual silent art auction and benefit from 5:30 pm to 8 pm on Thursday, November 14 at Pendleton Street Photography owned by Jens G. Rosenkrantz, Jr., located in Pendleton Studio Annex in Over-the-Rhine.

Board president Cedric Michael Cox said, “Aeqai offers a strong journal with thoughtful, in-depth reviews of exhibitions in the visual arts, both in area nonprofits and commercial spaces.”

Aeqai is a publication which reaches across the country as well as internationally.  Edited by Daniel Brown, aeqai has over 55,000 readers and 470,000 monthly hits.
Brown said, “Aeqai is now in its thirteenth year of operation as a nonprofit journal of the visual arts.  We are making an increasingly national footprint, with reviews from across the nation and hope to grow both regionally and nationally with ongoing support from our readers and friends.”
“Aeqai has been widely acclaimed for excellence in critical thinking and writing.  We hope to continue to be a model of excellence in analyzing and interpreting visual culture in all its complexities,” Brown added.
Many regional artists will showcase their work of a wide range of media. They include:

Cedric Michael Cox, Jack Wood, Stacie Seuberling, Valerie Shesko, Mary Woodworth, Paula Risch Head, Trish Weeks, Susan Mahan, Mary Barr Rhodes, Frank Herrmann, Frank Satogata, Nancy Nordloh Neville, Bonita Williams Goldberg, Bruce Neville, Jamie Anton, Brad Austin Smith, Bukang Kim, Lynn Carden, Amanda Hogan Carlisle, Saad Ghosn, Kim Krause, John Kluesener, Craig Britton, Lisa Molyneux, Dan Newman, Kent Krugh and Anna Mair.

Hosts and hostesses include Daniel Brown, Cedric Michael Cox, Philip and Anne Lilly Cone, John and Celeste Warrington, Rick Vogel, Laura A. Hobson, Jane Durrell, Phillip and Whitney Long, Doug and Carrie Van der Zee, Will Newman, Barry Seibert, Jon and Sally Kamholtz, Saad Ghosn, Ron Bates and Randy Lasley, and David Smith.

Silverglades will provide the food.

The Last Boppers will play jazz, spirituals and standards with a bop.  The music is danceable with Ken Obasi Leslie playing keyboards, trumpet and vocals along with Stan Nelson on percussion and drums.

Cost of the event is $50; students are $25; patrons at $125.  Tickets are available by sending a check to aeqai, c/o Daniel Brown, 810 Matson Place, #1505, Cincinnati, OH  45204, or guests may pay at the door.

More information is available on www.aeqai.com[1].
Contact:  Laura A. Hobson
lahobson4@gmail.com
513-221-4640

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