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Party Pics: Visionaire World x We Are One+Together

We Are One+Together partnered with Visionaire World to kick of the Mr. Gay Syria initiative in order to secure asylum for the Mr. Gay Syria contestants, including financing legal aid as well as generating political and public support. These brave individuals chose to host a competition to illuminate urgent issues facing LGBTQ+ individuals in the Middle East. 

We hope to inspire our community to take a stand with the Mr. Gay Syria contestants in solidarity by signing our petition urging the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services to take swift action and accelerate the process of granting the five courageous contestants asylum.

We Are One+TogetherVisionaire World and Grindr present the premier of a short film, War Within (04.10 min)directed by Palestinian, Lebanese director Zaher Saleh as part of the We Are One+Together film seriesThe film tells a very personal story of a gay Muslim man’s struggle to reconcile his sexuality with his faith, his longing for acceptance from his family and his journey to love and accept himself. 

Visionaire World also showcased a short film inspired by the Mr. Gay Syria pageant starringCaroline Vreeland, Connie Flemming,, Elliott Sailors, Ladyfag, Maryna Linchuk, and Yara Sofia..

An Evening in the Garden

 

Wednesday, June 21
The Conservatory Garden (Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and East 105th Street)

The Greensward Circle, Central Park Conservancy’s network of young professionals, presents the 12th annual summer benefit, Evening in the Garden. This social calendar staple takes place in one of New York’s most exclusive venues, the Conservatory Garden, located inside Central Park at Fifth Avenue and East 105th Street. This event is rain or shine.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
The Conservatory Garden
(Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and East 105th Street)

Attendees enjoy great food, cocktails and live music on the garden’s pergola beneath a canopy of wisteria and overlooking six acres of gorgeous fountains, blooms and lush landscapes.

This event is mainly attended by New York’s socially active young professionals.

For more information visit http://www.centralparknyc.org/support/benefit-events/evening-in-the-garden.html

Popup Dinner Brooklyn

Saturday, June 3
Secret Brooklyn location

The PopUp Dinner Brooklyn is an elegant picnic that brings together thousands of people to spontaneously celebrate community, creativity, and epicurean delights. The PopUp Dinner Brooklyn is the perfect opportunity to gather friends for a memorable experience. If you’re a DIY master, Pinterest perfectionist, or dedicated foodie, this is a chance to get creative in everything from table décor to fashion to food and drink!

Hand Made Events will provide the place, the tables, the chairs, and entertainment. You come dressed chic in all white with inspired culinary dishes, wine and bubbly, and lavish table designs (don’t forget your table cloth!). Once the table is set, enjoy the simple pleasure of dining al fresco with friends and family.

As always, the magic of the night begins with finding out the secret Brooklyn location: we reveal the exact destination to ticket holders via email just two hours before the start of the event. Guests are invited to begin set up at 5 p.m. Dinner starts at 7p.m., followed by entertainment and dancing as the stars come out. A few hours following the event the location will be empty, with no trace left behind.

Guests of PopUp Dinner must be 21+ and bring their identification for entry.

* The PopUp is a 21+ event. IDs will be strictly checked at the door. We apologize for the inconvenience.
*Tables and chairs provided. Guests bring their own food and decor.
*Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable.
*Rain or shine we will dine!
For more information and details please visit the PopUp Guide

For more information visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/popup-dinner-brooklyn-2017-tickets-27293876720

Chashama Gala After Party

Thursday, June 8
4 Times Sq, New York

When the clock strikes 9pm, the 22nd floor of 4 Times Square will erupt into the “Art is Everywhere” chashama Gala After Party. Come dressed to impress as you wander around the interactive environment, with artists and performers around every corner.

Explore installations of wonder and witness performers roaming all around you. Step into the kaleidodrome, play in the Zygote garden, or visit the Pleasure Palace.
There’s something for everyone at the “Art is Everywhere” After Party.

#chashamagala #artiseverywhere

9pm-12am at 4 Times Square, 22nd Floor
(Enter at 42nd St)
New York, NY

OPEN BAR with spirits generously donated by Harlem Brewing Company and Domaine Select Wine & Spirits

Featuring performances/work by…
Risha Rox – Visual Artist – Memento Mori
Veronica Evanega – Architectural Metalworks, Sculpture & Photography
Red, the Artist – 100 Women and More
Howard Gladstone – Portrait Sketch Artist
Chee Bravo Art – “A Zygote Garden”, a multimedia installation/performance
Nicholas Fraser- “JUL 12 2012 LIKEATRAIN (Left Hanging Series)
Nodes Collection by Olga Alexander – “The Node Shop of Synaptic Incubations”
Adam Brobjorg – Face Glue
Michael Alan – “Michael Alan: The Drawing Room”
Zahra Jlayer – Artist
Captain Wally Spaceflight18 – FLIGHT18: S.T.A.R. Program
Kathleen Jansyn – tell me love and hope never die
Ira Lawrence Gamerman + Siobhan O’Loughlin – Ghost Room
Zachary Reese + Jessica Roses – Toilet World
Christine Stoddard @artistchristinestoddard – The Rainforest of Splendor
Cat Del Buono – Swimming Upstream
Pamela Enz
Christopher Thomas Trujillo – Gala Designer
Burning Clown – FUNHouse
Ricky K – VIP Submission Domain
Sir Shadow – Live drawing
Roman and Jennifer – Ballroom Dance
Marcy B. Freedman – The Global Displacement of Art: Pros and Cons: An interactive performance by Marcy B. Freedman
Flambeaux Fire – Fire Dress
Edisa Weeks – Delirious Hair Designs
Acroyoga
Fritz Donnelly Artist – “Fun with Fritz: The Performance Menu”
Francesca Varisco – “Seeking Dante” Silent Opera
Kym ChiefRocka Bernazky – “Plasticland: The Transmigration”
Sarah Nagle – Chair|Bell|Tape
MistyDawn Forester – Under Construction
SANS Limites & Henri C – GOD’ is a DJ
Jean-loup Msika
Anne Spalter Studios – Wonder Why
Melissa Godoy Nieto – Dream Journals Series
Heather Alexa Woodfield – Calling All Parties
Umberto Squarcia, Jr.
Susan Stellin & Graham Macindoe – American Exile
Graham Macindoe – Photographic Works
Laura Stein – “I want to know your ghost”
Angeli and Sarah Sitzler – Sliding Planes, Lower Sky
Abby Hertz – Lustnyc
Amelia Spalter Antonia LeGlitter – Harold P. Salzman
Yana Schnitzler | Human Kinetic Movement Arts – TimeScapes IV
Lisa Levy
Becca Van K – Comfort Zone
Zena Loxton – Now Is Beautiful
Jessica Mensch – Reflections
Zenith Haas | IndieCollect
Francis Sappho & Lisa Lisa
Doug LeCours – Pleasure Palace
Kathy Creutzburg & Mirabai Kwan Yin – Triangla
Jasmine Anokye @BzarBlackStar – Kisses from Heaven
….AND MORE!

For more information about the 2017 Gala please visit http://www.chashama.org/gala2017

For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/events/215260382305212

New Amsterdam Circle Benefit

Thursday, May 11, from 8 to 11 pm
Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd St.

The Museum of the City of New York invites young professional New Yorkers to celebrate springtime at the Museum’s first ever New Amsterdam Circle Benefit party. The New Amsterdam Circle is a membership group for young professionals aged 25-40 who are interested in exploring and celebrating the vibrancy, diversity, and energy of the cultural capital of the world: New York City. Members get a first look at Museum exhibitions and attend exclusive events where they meet fellow New Yorkers who share similar interests in everything from architecture and design to graffiti and activism.

Guests Will Enjoy:

 Ø  DJ Yah Supreme spinning

Ø  Live music by Afro-beat band Armo (featuring members of Antibalas)

Ø  Real time portraits created by the artists of Drawn Together NYC & Lola Serano

Ø  Mixed drinks by New Amsterdam Vodka

Ø  Burgers and shakes from Harlem Shake

Ø  Authentic Neapolitan pizza by Neapolitan Express

Ø  Exclusive after-hours access to New York at Its Core, the first ever Museum exhibition to explore all 400 years of New York City history and offer an interactive look at the future

 Details:

Festive attire
Ages 25-40
$75 for members
$100 for non-members

 Click here for more info.

 

Who’s Reading Next: ASPECTS OF LOVE with Jennifer Probst, Marcy Dermansky and John Reed

Tuesday, March 14 from 7 to 9 pm
Hotel Andaz at 75 Wall St

Bringing together a bestselling romance novelist, an award-winning literary novelist, and an experimental novelist who blurs lines among all genres from poetry to porn, the next Pen Parentis Literary Salon on Tuesday March 14th, 2017 at Andaz Wall Street (75 Wall, enter at Water) will delve into the various ways that writers address the topic of love. Three authors who write about love will be featured in a panel discussion moderated by Wai Look Award-winner Christina Chiu and Pen Parentis founding director M. M. De Voe. Readings by Jennifer Probst, Marcy Dermansky, and John Reed. Pen Parentis’ featured authors are parents – expect intimate discussion of real-world truths. Pen Parentis Literary Salons are a great place to meet book-loving neighbors as well as industry notables. Books will be vended for signings, or bring your own!

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, 21+ only.

See more at http://www.penparentis.org/calendar/

 

Shipping and Marine Get-Together

shippingandmarine

Monday, March 14 from 6 to 9 pm
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Ground Floor, Address Dubai Marina

This meet up brings together business leaders working within the Shipping & Marine industries in the UAE.

Meet Senior Level Professionals
In an Informal and Relaxed Environment
at USA’s #1 Fine Dining Steakhouse

Three-Course Steakhouse Meal
House beverages
300AED per person

NOTE: Pre-Registration is advised as there are a limited number of places

Click here to register