Haute Trash is pleased to be taking part in this year’s Wild and Scenic Film Festival, the country’s largest Environmental Film Festival. On Friday, January 13, we will be presenting our video short: The Art of Haute Trash, and a short recycled fashion show. This event will be in the Stone Hall at the Miners Foundry, 325 Spring Street in Nevada City. Approximate time is 8 pm, please consult the festival’s website for more details as the event gets closer!
Haute Trash will be the featured entertainment at this benefit luncheon for Soroptimists International of Lincoln. There will be a handbag auction, with the fashion show starting at noon. Funds raised will go towards monetary awards and scholarships for deserving local girls, women and families in our community. For more information, visit their website at www.soroptimistsoflincoln.org. Tickets are $35.
Come on out and help us support our friend Susan Smith in her fight against breast cancer. Haute Trash will be performing two sets, at 6:30 pm, and 8:15 pm. Dance to three amazing local bands, and take part in our auction. At the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley, show starts at 5. Tickets available at the door, suggested donation is $25.
It was a real feather in our Haute Trash cap to perform for this 9th Annual Paint the Town Pink fundraiser, presented by the Union newspaper, and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. The focus of the event is breast cancer awareness. About a dozen local celebrities were recruited to model, including doctors, nurses, and prominent community members. Taking on the Emcee duties were Hollie Grimaldi-Flores and Dan Tallafero, who kept the audience in stitches.
Haute Trash Pushes the Envelope! An evening of social commentary through trash fashion. Tickets are $30 and available at www.pilotpeak.com. Or at Make Local Habit, 109 W. Main Street in Grass Valley, and at Blue Cow Deli in Penn Valley. Ticket price includes a glass of wine. Please feel free to bring a picnic to enjoy with the show. Doors open at 7, fashion show begins at 8. We’ll be hosting a contest to see who has the most eco-friendly picnic basket – think ZERO WASTE! Proceeds benefit the Haute Trash Artists Collaborative, a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization.