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Press Release, “Someone Cares” Fundraising Gala to Auction Joey Robinson’s Black Maid Tribute Paintings in Atlanta October 30
Artist Joey Robinson is donating 16 original art pieces to Someone Cares of Atlanta for a silent auction fundraising gala at the Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta Sunday, October 30. The 16 pieces, part of Robinson’s signature Black Maids Tribute, honor the lives of African American women who have served as maids in white households. They include Georgia native Lena Baker, executed by the State of Georgia in 1945 and exonerated 60 years later. Explanatory texts will accompany the pieces. Someone Cares, Inc. is a leading African American / Latino MSM and Transgender HIV/AIDS community outreach organization in the Southeast. The proceeds from the auctioning of Robinson’s Maids will go towards continuing and expanding Someone Cares’ services to the community. Gala admission is $50 and all donations are tax deductible.  The hours are 5-9pm.

Press Release, "NEIGHBORHOODS" Opens March 9, 2007 at Calm Rain Studio
Joey Robinson (Black Maids Tribute, Movement) joins South Sound artist Michael Madden in a tribute to community March 9 at Calm Rain Studio in Seattle. "Neighborhoods" features paintings on canvas and paper celebrating the vibrancy of city life and mourning loss through neglect, despair and abandonment. Both artists will be present from 5 to 9 p.m., March 9, 2007

Press Release, "New Beginnings" Opens March 10, 2006 at Calm Rain Studio
“Joey M. Robinson will introduce New Beginnings, his new collection of abstract paper cuttings, portraits and collages”, March 10, 2006

Press Release, Art Institute of Seattle
“Black Maids Tribute Features Portraits of African American Women”, November 15, 2004

Movement, Pitcairn Scott Gallery
25 paintings from the Mexican-influenced series introduced at Pitcairn Scott Gallery, Seattle, April 2003

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