The Cradles are coming! The Cradles are coming!

....Oh wait. They're already here.
The people are coming! The people are coming! And wow are we ready!

After nearly two long years in the making, The Cradle Project opens its MAIN EXHIBITION tomorrow in downtown Albuquerque. More than 500 artists from towns, cities, and hamlets across the globe have contributed their creative visions to The Cradle Project. The exhibition of cradles occupies the two upper floors of the old Sunrise bank downtown, with a rooftop reception and live entertainment occurring throughout the opening.

Simultaneously, an online ONLY auction will go live during the reception opening. The only way to purchase any of these incredible artworks is by being the online bidding victor! All proceeds from the auction, exhibition donations, and the purchase of brand new book will be donated to support the work of grassroots organizations working with orphans in sub-Saharan Africa.

Read about us in the Journal. Read about us in Local IQ. Read about us in the Alibi. Or better yet, write your own review after you spend the afternoon with us.

219 Central Ave (between 2nd and 3rd streets downtown)
7th and 8th Floors
Saturday June 7th
noon - 5 pm

Looking forward to sharing this experience with you,
The Cradle Project

For more info or TO BID IN THE AUCTION visit

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Comment by LaGuera on June 7, 2008 at 8:14pm
They're here! They're here! They're beautiful!


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