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SLRP Auction this Saturday, November 10, 2007

there will be pons....

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Small Works for Big Change
To Benefit the Work of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project
Sara Meltzer Gallery
525-531 West 26th Street
Saturday, November 10. 4-9pm
Auction Closes at 8:15pm

An evening of art, music, and performance.
To view the catalog, visit:

This November 10th, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project will be hosting its 3rd Annual Small Works for Big Change, where incredible works of art will be sold to the highest bidders in order to raise funds to support our fight for gender self-determination.

The event will be held at the Sara Meltzer Gallery at 525-531 West 26th Street and will feature over 40 works. Artist’s work to be featured at this event include Richard Aldrich, Sadie Benning, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, a. k. burns, Leidy Churchman, Jocelyn Davis, Stephanie Diamond, Donnie & Travis, William Downs, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Edie Fake, Daphne Fitzpatrick, Brendan Fowler, Eve Fowler, Chitra Ganesh, Andrea Geyer, Mariam Ghani, Sam Gordon, Jonah Groeneboer, Emma Hedditch, Sharon Hayes, Roni Horn, Miranda July, Matt Keegan, Alex Klein, Shaun El C. Leonardo, Marget Long, Adam Putnam, Sigrid Sandström, Allison Smith, Shinique Smith, Michelle Snyder, Christopher Spinelli, Wu Ingrid Tsang, Abby Walton and Travis Boyer, Fred Wilson and more!

The event will also feature music by DJ Tikka Masala and DJ Designer Imposter and incredible performances by Tara Mateik, The Collective Opera Company, Wu Ingrid Tsang and Kalup Linzy. The event is one night only and the bidding ends at 8:15pm, so don’t miss your opportunity to take work home with you that night.

All proceeds will go towards supporting the work of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP). SRLP provides free legal services to low-income transgender communities and transgender communities of color. We also educate the public about trans oppression and support community organizing work that fights for the rights of our communities. SRLP has assisted over 800 clients facing violence and discrimination in prisons, juvenile justice facilities, shelters, educational institutions and at the hands of the police since its inception in 2002. SRLP also trains judges, health professionals, and other community organizations on how to provide respectful and affirming services.

For more information about the event please visit or contact Ryder Diaz at (212) 337-8550 x.111. To make a donation or for more information about SRLP, please visit

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