When: Thursday, June 1, 2017 - Sunday, December 31, 2017, All Day (iCal)
The Sylvia Rivera Law Project is thrilled to celebrate our annual Small Works for Big Change!
About Small Works for Big Change
Small Works for Big Change is an art benefit for the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. Small Works provides an important space for trans and gender nonconforming artists, especially trans and gender-nonconforming low-income artists and artists of color, to showcase their work and increase their voice and visibility. The event is free and open to the public.
Ariel Goldberg, Colin Self, Craig Wilse, Dale Melchert, Emma Hedditch, Gabriel Lee, Gordon Hall, Jeanne Vaccaro, Jonah Groenboer, Juana Peralta, Krissy Mahan, Lacey Lynch, Macon Richardson, Martyn Thompson, Matthew Dicken, Maxwell Scales, Sharmin Hossain, and Stamatina Gregory.
Become a Sponsor
Sponsorship ticket packages from $250-$5,000. Benefits include digital promotion on SRLP’s website and social media, and the placement of an ad in the event program book.
- $ 10,000.00 Resister – Full-page program ad, website & social media promotion
- $ 7,500.00 Idealist – Full-page program ad, website & social media promotion
- $ 5,000.00 Revolutionary – Half-page program ad, website & social media promotion
- $ 2,500.00 Transformer – Half-page program ad, website & social media promotion
- $ 1,000.00 Dreamer – Half-page program ad, website promotion
- $ 500.00 Organizer – Quarter-page program ad, website promotion
- $ 250.00 Activist – Mini program ad, website promotion
Contributing Artists (in formation)
Help make our event a success by becoming a volunteer! More information about volunteering to come.
Small Works for Big Change is a chance to get to know SRLP, our work, our history, and our growing community. We’re excited that this year, Small Works will feature art and history from SRLP’s work in NYC.
You can support SRLP at Small Works for Big Change by bidding on artworks (with bids starting as low as $10); buying affordable fixed-price artwork, jewelry, and SRLP merchandise in our Small Works Pop-Up Shop; and registering for the event with a one-time or recurring donation. 100% of the proceeds from the event go directly toward supporting SRLP’s work.
We take cash, credit cards and checks!
Since 2005, over 60 host committee members and more than 250 radical, transgressive, and cutting-edge artists have donated over 300 visionary works of art and countless hours of hard work to make this event a success for SRLP and our communities.
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Small Works for Big Change is free and open to the public.