For those who missed the small announcement on their Web site, the good folks behind Art Conspiracy sent a reminder last night that they turned over a $20,000 check to 10-year-old nonprofit Preservation LINK, which uses "arts, culture and technology" as teaching tools for 9- to 16-year-olds attending schools in South Dallas. The money was raised during the AC's December 6 shindig.
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Says Cari Weinberg, AC's exec director, of the 130-plus local artists, DJs and musicians involved that night, "their efforts to make this event an unforgettable night helped us to set a new fund-raising record, and it really showcases the abilities and spirit of the creative community here in Dallas." Nonprofits looking to get in on a piece of this year's action have till May 4 to fill out the beneficiary application.