Project Project, an experimental space on Vinton Street in South Omaha that focuses on promoting and enhancing the experience of art, music and lectures in the community, is hosting its 2nd Annual $100 Art Sale fundraiser on Friday, June 10 at 7pm.

Featuring a wide variety of work from across the country, the $100 Art Sale helps to fund the DIY mission of saying “yes to as many artists as possible,” said Joel Damon who, along with Josh Powell, co-founded and operate the venue at 1818 Vinton St.

All artworks will be sold for $100 on a first come, first served basis. Get there early, Damon advises, as last year the line was a block and a half long. Free water, beer, wine and Project Project “Punch Punch” will be provided.

Project Project is a 100% volunteer emerging arts endeavor, part of a growing vibe on Vinton that now includes Darger HQ and Gallery 72 virtually next door  and The Appolon and Oracle Art Supply just across the street.

All funds raised during the $100 Art Sale will be used to pay rent, insurance and to provide as many opportunities as possible to artists for shows and events in the coming year. 


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