Summer 2013 Fundraiser!



Dear Friends,


As you know, we recently launched NACLA 2.0, an Indiegogo campaign which will enable NACLA to go digital, making our unique voice on the Americas even more accessible! We've decided to change the format of our July 31st event to better support the campaign. The NACLA 2.0 Happy Hour will be a special event to support the campaign. If you donate $10 or more to the campaign, you get in free to the event.  Donate $25 or more, and you'll get a free drink ticket! 


Support the camaign today and join us on July 31 for an evening of music, cocktails, a silent auction, and raffle prizes!


Raffle Items:

  • $50 gift certificate (good for 10 beers) to the Brooklyn Brewery
  • 2 bottes of Pisco and 20% discount on wines from Puro-Chile
  • Beautiful handmade stationary from NACLA's very own Kyle Barron
  • A custom-made bow tie made by NACLA's very own Anila Churi
  • Limited edition print by photographer Leandro Viana


Silent Auction Items:

  • One week in a charming 1 bedroom London flat
  • Two tickets to Sleep No More
  • Dinner for two at Ideya Brooklyn
  • One month of unlimited yoga at any regional YogaWorks
  • Two tickets to see Venezuelan disco-funk band Los Amigos Invisibles @ SOB's Summer Splash Concert Cruises on August 8
  • "En Coro" - painting by Cuban artist Gonzalo Borges - 1993 (24"x18" - mixed media on canvas)
    • Gonzalo Borges, a prominent Cuban painter, was born in La Habana Cuba in 1936.  He studied at the prestigious National Plastic Arts School of San Alejandro in La Habana, Cuba. He has exhibited in many galleries in both New York and Miami. 
  • A vintage Huichol yarn painting - 1960s (4'x4' - made of wool, beeswax, and particle board)
    • The Huichol people are a Native American ethnic group from the Western Central part of Mexico. Huichol yarn paintings tell the story of shamanic visions and are generally made from a simple piece of wood, resin, beeswax, and yarn.


1905"En Coro" by Gonzalo Borges

1906Huichol yarn painting