Opening Night Preview

FRIDAY, February 19, 2016, 5 to 8 pm
Marin Center | San Rafael, California


All ticket sales from the Opening Night Preview event will be donated to MarinLink.
Tickets are $25 payable at the door, online at www.marincenter.org,
or directly from MarinLink at www.marinlink.org.

The American Indian Art Show Marin is pleased to invite you to an evening of creativity and philanthropy benefiting the non-profit organization, MarinLink. Sponsored by Native American Art Magazine, this special one night event will feature art, music, & a variety of beverages and delicious hor d'oeuvres from select restaurants in the Marin area! A big thank you to Chipotle, Christine's Upper Crust Pies, Cornucopia Catering, Johnny’s Doughnuts, San Rafael Joes, Silk Road Tea, West End Café, and to Cornucopia Catering for overseeing this event.

All ticket sales from the Opening Night Preview event will be donated to MarinLink. Tickets are $25 payable at the door, online at www.marincenter.org, or directly from MarinLink at www.marinlink.org.

Don't miss this incredible opportunity to see what our exhibitors have in store before the show opens to the public!



OUR BENEFICIARY
MarinLink is a highly respected local non-profit that serves as an incubator and fiscal sponsor to individuals and groups whose projects range from homeless services, environmental issues and health and transportation initiatives to veterans programs and arts organizations. Founded in 2003 by Nancy Boyce and Mary O'Mara, MarinLink has been fostering effective and fiscally responsible projects and organizations for over a decade by connecting people to resources and expertise. Anyone with a vision to help the community as a non-profit can benefit from MarinLink's knowledgeable assistance.



OUR OPENING NIGHT SPONSOR
Native American Art Magazine is proud to be the sponsor for opening night at the Marin Show. Native American Art is the only bimonthly magazine that previews gallery shows, museum exhibitions, fairs, markets, and auctions of historic and contemporary Native art.

In each and every issue you will find art market insights from curators, dealers, collectors, conservators and auction specialists all designed to keep collectors in tune with timely issues and topics relevant to contemporary and historic Native art. Knowing all this helps serious collectors make intelligent and sound choices about art pieces and objects they wish to add to their collections.

Subscribe today at www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com