Soyyo Magazine curated a special fundraiser in support of Camp Brooklyn Fund!
Seven spectacular artists showed their work, alongside recycled fashion pieces to benefit Camp Brooklyn Fund. The day consisted of networking, with a dose of music, fashion, and art!
Individuals near and far gathered as ALLIE CNTRS mixed the tuned that brough the good vibes and
Art by NY's finest was shown:
Shei Phan, showing her One of One piece from her 'Forget Me Not' series
BK THE ARTIST, showed some intimate pieces showing the beauty of love and diversity with his 'Breaking Brea' piece.
Dirt Cobain, with his notable "You get me so high" artworks.
TURTLECAPS, giving us a dose of his imaginary creatures.
Aamenasaurusrex, showing us the greatness of the outdoors through her lense.
WORM, showing us his exceptional robots to remind us that we are all interconnected and
Tiffany showing some abstract, and tasteful pieces inspired by the outdoors.
With surprise performance by Brooklyn natives MR. Monk and BLK ZEN!
A huge thank you to all who came to support we sold art and clothes all for charity. A big shout out to Kombrewcha which gave us tasteful drinks to sip on, LipstickandLogic for curating the fashion, and all the creatives who joined us as we set off to send children to camp!
"Many children from low-income families seldom get a chance to leave their urban environment. The Camp Brooklyn Fund was created to give these children an opportunity to attend sleep-away camp and have an experience of a lifetime! Just $750 will send a child to camp for two weeks in the summer."
To learn more, please visit Campbrooklyn.org
"Camp Brooklyn Fund provides access to life-changing camp experiences
for Brooklyn children from low-income families, equipping children with
critical growth and leadership skills and broadening their world.
Our vision is to positively transform children, families and our community."