Dear Friends and Family,

Real Art Ways depends on you. And we need you now.

In September, in years past, we’ve hosted fundraising events—at Real Art Ways. We’ve netted $100,000 each year.

This year we can’t be together in person. But we can be together in spirit. And we believe we can generate $100,000 to support our work.

We won’t be able to do it together in one night. So we’re taking 30 nights—the month of September—to meet our goal.

Thanks to our sponsors, the good news is... we’re nearly halfway there! And the Richard P. Garmany Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has agreed to match your contribution dollar for dollar.

You will make it possible for Real Art Ways to survive, and thrive. Please help us meet our goal.

With gratitude,

Will K. Wilkins and The Real Team

Ten Minutes to Midnight at Real Art Ways

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Event

Ten Minutes to Midnight

 

Event Details:

We are converting our parking lot into space for socially distanced gatherings and we invite you to join us for the outdoor premiere of Erik Bloomquist’s new film, Ten Minutes to Midnight.

“Doors” will open at 7:00 and the film will begin at 7:30.

Bring your own blanket or chairs. We will have food and drinks for sale inside our cafe. Our galleries will be open with limited capacity.

Seating will be limited according to state guidelines and advance reservations are required to attend.

Reservations:

When making reservations, you will need to purchase one ticket per person in your party.  Seating will be socially distanced in pods, with a maximum of 4 people per pod.

Parties that do not check in ten minutes before the film begins will have their reservations voided.

Since this event has limited capacity, please inform us through email or by phone if you need to cancel your reservation.

Parking:

For this event, the parking entrance is on Orange Street (not Arbor Street). There will be accessible parking spaces available.

Rain Date:

Thursday, September 24

Health and Safety:

We have updated our health and safety protocols to welcome you into our space. You can read more about them HERE.

 

"Ten Minutes To Midnight" poster. People outside in a lightning storm.

In TEN MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT, scream queen Caroline Williams returns to the DJ booth for the first time since her star-making turn as Stretch in 1986’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. Williams plays Amy Marlowe, a veteran late-night radio host on the eve of forced retirement trapped inside the station by a violent storm after being bitten by a rabid bat.

The film also stars Nicole Kang (Batwoman), Alice Kremelberg (Orange is the New Black), and late genre-favorite Nicholas Tucci (You’re Next) in one of his final performances.