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Saturday, April 14, 2012 8 PM
56 Arbor Street, Hartford
$65 in advance | more at the door
Advance ticket sales end Friday, April 13 at 5 PM. Tickets available at

Hartford, Connecticut -Expect a spectacle! On Saturday, April 14, 2012 Real Art Ways will present the Odd Ball, a celebration of creativity and community.

Tickets are on sale now at Advance tickets are $65; open bar included. Real Art Ways is located at 56 Arbor Street in Hartford's Parkville neighborhood.

Real Art Ways will be transformed into multi-sensory environment of dancing, music, and delicious treats and unexpected libations. Surreal surprises wait around every twist and turn!

At the Odd Ball, the people make the party. Some appear in astounding costumes and others come as they are.

While there are many more marvels in store, guests can look forward to the following: Anne Cubberly, known for her theatrical creations, will set the scene with kinetic sculptures and costumes. Photographer Steve Laschever will be taking portraits of guests.

The costume parade will give guests an opportunity to view others' creative attire.  Prizes will be given to the most creative and outrageous transformations.

Part of the Odd Ball experience is immersive live music and performance that will take place throughout the evening.

From a scrumptious feast to delectable treats, food is part of the art.

The Odd Ball is Real Art Ways’ irreverent annual fundraiser. All proceeds from Odd Ball ticket sales will support Real Art Ways' programming. For more information, visit or call 860.232.1006.

$50 of Odd Ball ticket price is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Special thanks to our Odd Ball sponsors:
Media Sponsor: Hartford Advocate

Press Contact:
Sarah Brozna

860.232.1006 x114

Real Art Ways
56 Arbor Street
Hartford CT 06106

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday, 2-10 PM;
Friday and Saturday 2 PM-11 PM. Closed Mondays.

Cinema open daily.


Real Art Ways is one of the leading contemporary arts organizations in the United States, with a record of linking artists, innovation and community. Programs include visual arts, with exhibitions, public art projects, and artist presentations; cinema, with independent and international films 7 nights a week; music; performance; literary events; community and educational programming.