SOLO FOUNDATION X TODD P X MARKET HOTEL
   We here at Art Battles have a great love for our supporters at the Solo Foundation! They have been our champions for over 5 years and have been going strong for 30 years this year under the guidance of their fearless leader Howie Solo.
   We are happy to announce their newest partnership is with Todd P and the Market Hotel. Todd P has been a nightlife fixture in New York and specifically Bushwick for a decade and now with the help of the Solo Foundation has received a grant to re-open his former haunt, the Market Hotel, full time for not only epic shows featuring burgeoning artists and indie musicians but also for classes for kids.
We can’t wait to have some Art Battles there!
In Todd’s own words,:
“In the Brooklyn scene, over the last 10 years, I’ve seen the positive effect of providing stages where there’s a lot of freedom,” he says. “I think you can take that sense of enabling kids to think for themselves, and expand it to demographics outside of the privileged space. That’s really important. And I think it’s the next step in this conversation.”
 Check out the full Village Voice Article HERE

                        SOLO FOUNDATION X TODD P X MARKET HOTEL

   We here at Art Battles have a great love for our supporters at the Solo Foundation! They have been our champions for over 5 years and have been going strong for 30 years this year under the guidance of their fearless leader Howie Solo.

   We are happy to announce their newest partnership is with Todd P and the Market Hotel. Todd P has been a nightlife fixture in New York and specifically Bushwick for a decade and now with the help of the Solo Foundation has received a grant to re-open his former haunt, the Market Hotel, full time for not only epic shows featuring burgeoning artists and indie musicians but also for classes for kids.

We can’t wait to have some Art Battles there!

In Todd’s own words,:

“In the Brooklyn scene, over the last 10 years, I’ve seen the positive effect of providing stages where there’s a lot of freedom,” he says. “I think you can take that sense of enabling kids to think for themselves, and expand it to demographics outside of the privileged space. That’s really important. And I think it’s the next step in this conversation.”

 Check out the full Village Voice Article HERE

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