Art for Tibet Canada Gallery Show and Auction

Saturday, October 15, 2011 - 22:00 to Sunday, October 16, 2011 - 02:30

Two years ago, Students for a Free Tibet’s inaugural ART FOR TIBET in New York City: 50X50 was a phenomenal success. It brought together and showcased established and new artists from all over the world -- including a growing number of outstanding contemporary Tibetan artists. Now we hope to bring this event to Toronto and make ART FOR TIBET Canada into a major art show in its own right.

ART FOR TIBET is an art show, cultural exhibition and fundraiser that will showcase work from a diverse international pool of both established and new artists, including a growing number of outstanding contemporary Tibetan artists. 

Art for Tibet Canada – Online Auction Starts Oct. 7, click here for more information, and artwork will be available for public viewing 1-6pm at Gallery 1313 beginning Oct 6th.

More than 20 acclaimed artists will exhibit art works together in support of the Tibetan freedom struggle on October 15 at Gallery 1313 in Toronto. The first Art for Tibet Canada show will feature top contemporary Tibetan and international artists, including Ang Tsherin Sherpa, Karma Phuntsok, Brian Harris, Tenzin Dorjee, Kalsang Dolma, and much more.

All artwork in the show will be sold via a silent auction on the evening of October 15. 

All proceeds from the event will benefit Students for a Free Tibet Canada, a non-profit organization with Canadian headquarters in Toronto. 

Please RSVP at: artfortibetcanada@gmail.com

 

Gallery 1313
1313 Queen Street West
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 38' 28.212" N, 79° 25' 59.7216" W
Ontario CA
Tenzin Lobsang

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