Sunday, November 24, 2019

Hello from Rica

Hi!
Thanks for visiting my blog.
Please visit these links below for more information!

Thank you very much,
Rica Takashima

Social practice art project
One Stop Family Pop Up

Ramp Project NYC (StopGap NYC)


Manga/Anime drawing

Manga Sculpture at Randall’s Island

Participatory art project
Aliens in New York art project
https://aliensnewyork.wixsite.com/mysite

Old website (1980s-2015ish)

Twitter

Wikipedia

Card Calendar 2020!

Thank you very much for supporting my art project in 2019!

This year, I carried two projects, StopGap Ramp Project NYC and One Stop Family Pop Up including a Peekaboo-sculpture.
Please take a look at my activities in 2019.

https://1stopfamily.blogspot.com
https://therampprojectnyc.blogspot.com

About the ramp project, I am planning to invite diverse artists (including me) to draw unique pictures on ramps.

Please help the art project by tax-deductible donation and get an original mini calendar!
This mini calendar is a perfect card/gift for holiday season.
It can be sent as a holiday card and they can be used as a calendar.
The three drawings are by Rica Takashima.

Since they are small, they can use it in the office, locker, or on a fridge.
(8.5 x 5.5 inch)
There are two blank pages to write messages to your receiver.
This is a perfect item to start the Year of the Rat with.
One card for $10, and three cards for $25.
(Please see grid below: Your tax-deductible cost will be $5/one $10/three after deducting the transaction, postal expenses, and basic cost) You will get one extra card from Rica as a thank you card, so you can use it for yourself!
Card Calendar
With envelope
PriceYour tax-deductible cost
     1 $10$5
     3 $25$10
     5 $40$20
     10 $75$25
     20 $140$40
Please visit the NYFA page to donate for the art project.
Aliens in New York page at New York Foundation for the Arts

Please put “Holiday” at Note section.
This special opportunity lasts until end of December.

Your kind donation will be used to events like transportation, material cost for art workshop, etc. Our project is a space where strangers from different backgrounds can meet, understand and create art together. Through interactive arts, participants experience face-to-face personal contact, rather than communicating through Internet social networking services in virtual worlds. This tangible human interaction is needed in our society.
Thank you very much,

Rica Takashima
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