Vancouver Art Attack ~ Paint Your 'Art Out

Thursday, September 12, 2013 - 16:00 to Friday, September 13, 2013 - 02:00

On September 12th, the Waterfall building will host 20 of Vancouver’s elite artists who will “paint their art out” for 4 hours, creating auctionable masterpieces; to be auctioned off at a minimum bid of $1000.00.

During the live portion of this event (12-4pm), students from Emily Carr, UBC, SFU Langara, Kwantlen and other Art programs will benefit from participating in live networking while having an educational experience listening to key speakers from within the art world; such as curators, gallery owners and successful local and international artists. There will also be other forms of entertainment, a cash bar and door prizes.

Later in the evening, (7-11pm) the event will be open to a limited number of guests, majority of which will be Art collectors. The finished Art will be open for bidding via a live curated auction.

The artistic portion of the event goes from 12pm – 4pm and includes:

  • live entertainment
  • door prizes
  • a raffle draw

Tickets are by donation (suggested donation$15 or $10 with a student card).

The cocktail and auction portion of the event goes from 7pm – 11pm and includes:

  • live entertainment
  • 1 free cocktail
  • a selection of hors d’oeuvres and desserts
  • an auction paddle
  • door prizes
  • a raffle draw

Tickets are $50 each.

 

Arthur Erikson Waterfall Building
1540 West 2nd Ave Canada
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 10.7904" N, 123° 8' 23.19" W
British Columbia CA
Patricia Mongey

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