PULP : art party 2019

Ever partied in a room full of paper?

Enter through a paper ropes archway, dance under cardboard tubes ripple effect, play with movement sensitive paper lights, hang out in a structure made of machined discarded cardboard, or participate in the creation of a giant comic book on used paper. Those are just some of the things you can expect on January 12th at PULP: paper art party 2019.

PULP : paper art party 2019 is coming to Yonge + St. Clair to turn The Delisle Space (1 Delisle Ave) into a blue bin playground. Doors open at 8 PM. Join the conversation with #PULPartparty!

For tickets and information please visit http://pulpartparty.ca/

Invite your friends and RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/2184993575107849/

PULP : paper art party 2019 is an evening combining reclaimed materials installation art, live music, dancing, and charity. It's a fundraiser designed to examine the current life cycle of paper materials (among others) and investigate alternative uses. Proceeds go to Yonge Street Mission Evergreen Centre for Street Involved Youth.

VOLUNTEER for this great cause, and receive FREE ENTRY! Find more info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd2oQyTrJkcuz1tu7QsSCPsRwADaHlAVAZwgXb6xQwGoIxiUg/viewform

Like last year the event will have two acts. We open with:

***ART LOUNGE***

Starting at 8pm, we'll create a relaxed atmosphere for conversation, observation, and exploration of our installation art with live music.

T.Dot BANGERZ Brass

https://www.instagram.com/tdotbb/?hl=en

Performance art by Mary-Dora Bloch-Hansen

https://vimeo.com/user14919425?fbclid=IwAR39Kob4eyh26ZFodkZucaIJumuPLCaWdU9MfrHgMlhwaTupO0C7c_AIG3I

***AFTER PARTY***

From 11:15 onward we'll dim the lights, and let the DJs take over. Dance through art and see the unique installations in a new light.

Ebony (Jericho One)

(https://soundcloud.com/darknhard)

Wasserman (La Grotta)

Cash bar. This is a 19+ event.

Unfortunately the venue this year is not barrier free accessible.

The environment is important, but PULP isn’t about lectures or presentations – we want people dancing, talking, playing, and creating. Inside a unique two-story space, artists will introduce guests to sustainable design through reclaimed material installations in an exciting social setting. PULP is a party that’s about more than just partying. We use the funds we raise and the expertise of our designers to support a charity in Toronto every year. Funds raised during the event go to Evergreen Centre for Street-Involved Youth. Last year we donated over $1500 to the cause! Information on how to donate beyond the price of a ticket coming soon.

Check out and like our PULP: paper art party - Toronto page! (https://www.facebook.com/PulpArtParty/)

On Twitter

https://twitter.com/pulpartparty?lang=en

And Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/pulp.art.party/

This event is sponsored by

Platinum Sponsor - Zanjani Architect Inc. - http://zanjaniarchitect.com/

Silver Sponsor - Halo Brewery - https://halobrewery.com/

In Partnership with

Yonge Street Mission Evergreen Centre for Street Involved Youth

Bloordale Improvement Group

Bloordale BIA

U of T GALDSU : Graduate Architecture, Landscape, and Design Student Union

U of T AVSSU : Architecture and Visual Studies Student Union

For sponsorship opportunities or media and blogs interested in covering the event please contact us at info@pulpartparty.ca.

Student tickets (with ID at door) - $15.

Early Bird Tickets - $15 (December 29th to January 5th)

Regular Online Tickets - $20 (Don’t stand in line! Last year sold out 4 days before the event!)

Door Tickets - $20

We expect a switch of audience around 11:15 for After Party (see music page). Of course, guests are welcome to stay for the entire 6.5 hours duration of the event.

This year, the PULP exhibit will stay on for DesignTO week (formally Toronto Design Offsite) with a special project by At Odds Collective! Visit https://designto.org/event/pulp-exhibit-home/ for more information.


PULP : art party 2019

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