‘The Factory of Yeah’ – Charity Art Event 2010

August 25th, 2010

Press Release

Proudly brought to you by Surfection, ArtEdge, LAN Airlines, Misfit Aid and Nixon. We are holding a night and weekend of art and entertainment in a large 1000m2 warehouse in Brookvale, Sydney to raise awareness and profits for the re-building of homes in the earthquake affected areas on the coast of Chile, South America.

The charity is “Homes for Hope”, run by a renowned surfer and philanthropist, Mitch Anderson and in association “Misfit Aid”, the non-for profit arm of local surfboard manufacturer Misfit Shapes.

In November a team of skilled tradesmen will head over to assist in re-building these destroyed homes along with training the locals with the skills to continue restoring this damaged community.

The cost of each home is $4,500 AUD, and our goal is to raise enough funds on the night for 2 x homes. The night and day will consist of an art exhibition, live art installations, 2 x bands, a silent auction, and a raffle with surfboards and clothing prize packs, with all proceeds going to the cause.

Exhibition Dates:
Opening Night – Friday 27th August
6pm – 11-pm

Saturday 28th August:
10am – 4pm

Address:
194 Harbord Rd, Brookvale, NSW, 2100

Website:
http://thefactoryofyeah.blogspot.com/