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July Exhibitigora Gallery

July Exhibitions

July 7 - July 28, 2015
Répartie in Art & Rhapsody in Color
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 9th, 6-8 PM.

How to Turn a One-Time Buyer into a Collector

Have you ever considered an art sale to be a marketing opportunity? A customer is the best "lead" you can ask for, so how can you encourage returning sales?

How to Create Your
Own Artist Newsletter

An artist newsletter can be one of the most powerful tools in an artist’s marketing toolkit. The experts offer some tips for creating a successful newsletter that will keep your readers interested and engaged.

Agora Gallery Test Pilots Art App: Artbit

Artbit promises to change the way people interact with art in galleries and museums, and Agora Gallery is proud to be one of its first partners. The app uses visual recognition and technology to allow viewers to snap, identify, and interaction with an artwork. The past two exhibitions at Agora Gallery were entirely artbit-enabled, so download the app and test it out in our gallery today!

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Free Summer Screenings at Agora Gallery

We showed Exit Through the Gift Shop for free this past June 3rd, and we are excited to present our second film screening July 2nd with Everybody Street, directed by Cheryl Dunn. There will be a brief introduction before the film. After the screening there will be an open discussion with complimentary wine and seltzer.

Event Details:
Everybody Street Directed by Cheryl Dunn
Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
6:45 PM – 8:30 PM
@ Agora Gallery - 530 West 25th Street, NYC

On the Scene in NYC

This month we are looking forward to the New York City Poetry Festival, scheduled for July 25 & 26. In its fifth year, the festival will feature over 250 poets from the 5 boroughs of New York City. Not scheduled to read but want to share your work? Bring your poems and sign up for the Ring of Daisies open mic. The festival is located on Governors Island, so enjoy the river breeze and take the ferry from Manhattan or Brooklyn. Admission is free. Gates open at 11 am and close at 6 pm. Rain or shine.

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