SUPPORT WET INK
We are thrilled to celebrate 22 years of adventurous music-making in NYC and around the world with Wet Ink’s 2020-21 concert season. Though it has been a challenging year for arts organizations and artists, we look forward to a season filled with innovative online programs, live chamber concerts, and continued monthly issues of Wet Ink Archive, our free online journal of adventurous music. Wet Ink’s difficult-to-categorize programming relies on the support of fans like you, and donations in any amount will help sustain Wet Ink’s mission for the next decade! Your donations at the following levels will directly support -
$20 - Two student tickets to one of our season concerts. We always offer free student tickets to self-produced Wet Ink concerts, and are committed to keeping our general admission prices as low as possible ($10 for most events).
$100 - Web design for a Wet Ink Archive article.
$200 - Artist fee for a Wet Ink Archive contributor.
$500 - Artist fee for one of our many exceptional large ensemble members.
$1000 - Video documentation for one of our concerts, which will be integrated into Wet Ink Archive.
Your donations will be crucial in making 2020-21 a singular and special season. All donors who contribute $100 or more will receive a complimentary copy of Wet Ink’s latest release on Carrier Records, Glossolalia/Lines on Black.
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Wet Ink Ensemble
23-52 37th St, Apt 2L
Astoria, NY 11105
BOARD & BOARD OFFICERS
President, Co-Artistic Director
Vice President, Co-Artistic Director
Treasurer, Co-Artistic Director
Secretary, Co-Artistic Director
Executive Director, Co-Artistic Director
Technical Director, Co-Artistic Director
The Fritz Reiner Fund of Columbia University
The Alice M. Ditson Fund of Columbia University
The Aaron Copland Fund for Music
BMI Foundation General Grants Program
New Music USA Impact Fund
The Amphion Foundation
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature