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About Allison Weiss Brady
Allison Weiss Brady handles marketing for celebrities and non-profits. She is active in many organizations in South Florida, New York, and Pennsylvania including Big Brother Big Sister, The Community Coalition, Voices Against Brain Cancer, Gene Spotlight, The Barton G. Kids Hear Now Foundation, and one of her family’s foundations Say Yes to Education, which recently partnered with Quincy Jones. Allison sits on the board of Russell Simmons’ Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, and she and her husband Chip Brady were honored by Russell Simmons at the 2010 Rush Philanthropic gala in East Hampton. She and her husband Chip are members of Art Basel’s Junior Host Committee and Allison is a member of the Vizcaya Preservation Luncheon Founding Committee. Allison was also the sole recipient of the University of Pennsylvania’s 2008 Young Alumni of the Year Award, and serves on the Overseers board for the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania.
From Rush to Scope to Shark Tank...Art Basel has it all!
By Allison Weiss Brady
There simply is nothing better. Art Basel Miami Beach is the best art fair out there - in terms of well established artists, emerging artists, celebrity and social attendance, and the most fabulous, yet exhausting week of the year!Pictured: Franklin Sirmans, Erin Newberg, Dale Newberg, Kehinde Wiley at the Toys for Boys magazine party
Allison Weiss Brady Talks to Real Housewife Kristen Taekman
Allison Weiss Brady sits down for lunch with Kristen Taekman from The Real Housewives of New York to get the inside scoop on her fellow cast mates and her new beauty line Pop of Color.
AWB Talks to Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary
ABC’s “Shark Tank” TV star/investor Kevin O’Leary (a/k/a “Mr. Wonderful”) was in Miami for his first international photo exhibit at Art Wynwood. He talks with Allison Weiss Brady about his love of photography and his fellow Sharks.Picture:Kevin O'Leary with his photo exhibit at Art Wynwood
Raw Style: Miami Art Week
By Allison Weiss Brady
I was excited to head to Little Haiti for the Superfine! House of Art and Design exhibit (pictured, left)
. Housed in a previously abandoned building, this pop-up gallery was a raw space filled with broken pockets of holes in the wall and stark cement floors. Over 30 artists showcased at the pop-up gallery filled the walls with colors, creativity and imagination that brought this previously abandoned space to life.