Easton Art Galleries in Delray Beach, Florida is hosting a walk-through charity event in collaboration with Luxury Performance Automotive Group called Art for Autism in benefit of the Dan Marino Foundation and Surfers for Autism.
The Easton Art Galleries were created to support fine art. Their goal is to merge together that latest in virtual reality (VR) technology for young artists who wish to sell their art on a user friendly platform.
“As a virtual art gallery, having events is a crucial component to the success of my artists and growth of Easton Art Galleries. “Art for Autism”event gives the public a chance to meet the artists and see the artwork in person,” said Petrina Easton, Founder, Easton Art Galleries. “The partnership with Luxury Performance Automotive Group, a new hi-end car dealership in Delray and host for the Art for Autism location, is convenient and with their large open showroom, a great spot to have an art show and show off their luxury auto collections for sale,”
The charity event will take place on April 8th 2017 starting at 6pm. The event is set to have a line-up of artists and talent including special guest artist William DeBilzan and Mario Hernandez. The event will be open to the public, tickets will be $20 (USD) pre-sale and £25 (USD) on the door.
Art in VR is a slowly growing area, as seen by other projects such as MTV’s US Election VR Art show ‘Elect This’ and Oculus Story Studio hiring artists for their ‘Talking With Ghosts’ VR film project.
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