Art Show

Charity Fundraising Show

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Oogie Art Gallery hosted a Charity Fundraising Show for the Scholarship at the Talent School in Uganda. Featuring Mark Chearavanont’s black and white photography, many pieces were sold and the funds will go towards raising money for the Kasangula Talent School in Uganda. Mark is an Oogie alumni, and he was accepted from Harvard University. 


September 6 ~ 19, 2015

Leading & Learning Group Show

The work of Ugandan students was featured in the Oogie Art Gallery this December. The work is the result of a collaboration between Oogie Art students and the children of the Mityana Village at the Kasangula School. Students discussed their experience and talked about their leadership roles during their visit. 


December 13 ~ 27, 2014

Charity Fundraising Show at Oogie art Gallery, NY

The work of Sophia Raia was featured in the Oogie Art Gallery this May through June. Sophia Raia is an Oogie Art student from the Saddle River Day School in NJ, she was accepted from Wesleyan University. This is one of the first of student works that will be featured as part of a series for fundraising events. This particular fundraising event was for a Tribute to Wounded Special Forces Heroes. 


May 29 ~ June 5, 2014

Italian IMAF Art Festival Volunteering Event 2012 - Wook & Lattuada Gallery


IMAF is a nonprofit organization legally registered in Italy. IMAF aims at helping and promoting artistic talent in different cultural venues and art categories, such as, cinema, literature, music and visual art by giving national and internationals exposure. A the exhibition which was held at Wook & Lattuada Gallery, students were able to volunteer and help guests on the opening night. 

Italian IMAF Art Festival Volunteering Event


International Migration Art Festival held at the Wook & Lattuada Gallery 

In New York IMAFestival collaborated with Wook + Lattuada Gallery for the opening reception event on the April 25th and at La MaMa Theatre for the New York Big Closing Event on the May 3rd. The exhibition Sport Your Food opened with the exhibition “Eat Art – When Food Becomes Art,” drawing on the relationship between food and migration at Wook + Lattuada Gallery.