Artists for Bernie Sanders National Touring Art Exhibit arrives in New York City at 312 Bowery, April 16-18. This exhibit features a compilation of acclaimed artistic works
inspired by the political landscape.

Media Preview, Saturday, April 16, 6pm – 7pm
Opening Invitation Reception, Saturday, April 16, 7pm – 10pm
Group Show Hours from Saturday, April 16 – Monday, April 18

Featuring Daily Artist Autograph Signings and special guests Jane Sanders & Dave Driscoll.

Sat. April 16: Open to public 10:30am – 5 pm, Artist Signings at 1 & 3pm: * Greg Auerbach from 1-3pm / * Jermaine Rogers from 3-5pm

Media hour 6 – 7pm / Invitation only reception 7pm-10pm

Sun. April 17: Open to public 10:30am- 7pm,  Artist Signings at 1 & 3pm: * Claw Money from 1-3pm / * Cody Hudson from 3-5pm

Mon. April 18: Open to public 10:30am – 7pm, Artist signings at 1 & 3pm: * Jermaine Rogers from 1-3pm / * Claw Money from 3-5pm

Participating artists include: Aaron Draplin, Amanda Marsalis, Atiba Jefferson, Brian Lotti, Bryan Blue, Byron O’Neill, Charlie Becker, Claw Money, Cody Hudson, Craig Wetherby, Dan Buller, Dave Kloc, Donny Miller, Dug Nap, Dylan Fant, Ellen Voorheis, Erin Garcia, Gilf, Greg Auerbach, Hayley Starr, Heidi Hartwig, Jackson Tupper, Jamal Gunn Becker, Janette Beckman, Jeremyville, Jermaine Rogers, Josh Maupin, Kozyndan, Michael Vincent Laviolette, Molly Crabapple, Mtendere Mandowa ‘Teebs’, Nathan Bell, Patrick Martinez, Richard J. Oliver, Ron English, Saelee Oh, Shepard Fairey, Steven Arroyo, Sven Barth, Tyler Gibney, and Zoetica

“NEW YORK, NY (April 11, 2016) – Bernie 2016 is bringing a national touring exhibition to New York City from April 16 – 18. The public show at the gallery space, located at 312 Bowery, will feature the work of acclaimed national and New York-based artists whose work is inspired by the political landscape. The public exhibition will also include daily autograph signings by artists featured in the exhibition.

Bernie Sanders has always been a strong supporter of the arts. “You have my promise that as President, I will be an arts President,” Sanders said in a video recorded for the Arts Action Fund. “I will continue to advocate strongly for robust funding of the arts in our cities, schools and public spaces. Art is speech. Art is what life is about.”