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Industry Event Boston 2012
Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND, LIMITED TICKETS WILL BE
AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR UNTIL 8:30PM.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR INTEREST & SUPPORT!
Boston has a thriving art community brimming with creativity and innovation. For ONE night each year, Boston's inclusive creative community comes together to celebrate its successes, catch up with favorite collaborators and make new connections that will drive our businesses and our city forward. Quixote Studios in Allston. Producers, stylists, art buyers, photographers, filmmakers, actors and creatives from every industry will gather for a night of glitz and glam, networking and a celebration of public art in Boston. This event is open to everyone-- from the full-time creatives to those who want to dip their toe into this world. More than 300 people attended last year's event and this year's will be bigger and better, including:It's called Industry Event Boston and it's happening on Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 6:30pm -10:00pm at
Tickets are on sale now for $30 per person or $50 for two. All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Photo Nights Boston, a new non-profit that's bringing a major public photography festival to Boston in October 2013 and whose mission is to grow Boston's creative economy and promote public art.Join us for IE Boston to help us celebrate everything that makes Boston's creative community great and look ahead to our future successes. For more information, visit ieboston.com or go to Facebook.com/PhotoNightsBoston and twitter.com/PhotoNightsBos. Follow the Twitter hashtag #iebos for news and updates on the event.
When & Where
Photo Nights Boston, Robert Klein Gallery, Ars Libri
Photo Nights Boston
The mission of Photo Nights Boston is to celebrate the power of photography and engage the human spirit through public art.
The Robert Klein Gallery
The Robert Klein Gallery provides its contemporary artists with international exposure while exhibiting works by recognized masters such as Edward Weston, Imogen Cunningham, and Irving Penn. The Gallery maintains an extensive and ever-changing inventory of nineteenth century, twentieth century, and contemporary photographs.
An internationally renowned rare bookdealer in the field of art, architecture, and photography, continues to show changing selections from its stock in its gallery at 500 Harrison Avenue.