The Common in the City 2013

Event Date: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 – 6:30pm8:30pm
Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, New York University

Join The Common’s boards, benefit committee, editors, writers, artists, and many friends for an evening of literature, art, music, food, and drink.

Electric Literature’s The Outlet called last year’s inaugural bash “as elegant a birthday party as any New York debutante could hope to be thrown.” Don’t miss this year’s fun!


Read more about the party at our event page here.

Silent Art Auction: View and purchase online original artworks until May 21.


Purchase general admission and VIP art auction tickets here.

Volunteer for The Common in the City! Pitch in for a two-hour shift and attend the party for free. Please sign up for a shift here. You will be asked to sign up for our newsletter as a way of capturing your contact information.

The Common in the City 2013

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