Exposed Culture presents: The December Ender 2019. Join us for a night of celebration as we get ready to enter the new year! With performances from T-Cap, Ishan the Rapper, Playboy Ty, Maeko, Bri-C, and PrettyboiCT, as well as giveaways, contests, and more!
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Exposed Culture Presents: The Artist's Market
On April 27th, 2019, Exposed Culture hosted "The Artist's Market," at the Trescott Street Gallery in Taunton, Massachusetts. From artwork and apparel, to handmade crafts and sculptures, artists from the South Shore area showcased their artistry for a one night only event. Designed to shed light on local creativity, The Artist's Market was a night of excitement and exposure.
AMMF x EC 2018
Exposed Culture participated in the Ariella Marie Memorial Foundation Color Run on July 28th, 2018 in Attleboro, MA, in effort to raise funds for the construction of a playground built in Ariella's name. From live screen printing to face painting, Exposed Culture, as well as many other companies, groups, and vendors came together for a day of family fun and excitement.
Exposed Culture Presents: Getwitit - A Network Event
On December 30th, 2017, Exposed Culture collaborated with the YMCA in hosting "Getwitit," a Network Event in the town of Middleboro, MA. Designed for local artists to connect and collaborate in an attempt to raise awareness of the arts in the area, Getwitit was a night of achievement and exhibition. With ticket and raffle sales, canned goods, and clothing donations, Exposed Culture was able to raise money for Middleboro's Food Service Program and deliver 300+ pounds of clothing to shelters in need within the city of Boston, MA.
Exposed Culture's Anthony Abi-Saad, Jake Belanger, and Jaymes Carey stand with Middleboro's Elementary School Assistant Principal after donating to the Public Schools' Food Service Program.
Exposed Culture Presents: RUN IT UP - A Showcase Event
On August 10th, 2017, Exposed Culture hosted their first showcase event, "RUN IT UP" at AS220 in Providence, RI. From hip-hop artists and DJs, to artwork and apparel, RUN IT UP showcased the talent of several local artists. This event not only allowed artists to showcase their skills, but also raised over $800 that was donated to the Providence Rescue Mission.