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About Our Auction
We have two great ways to support the Eastside Culture Crawl this year:
1. BEER TOTE PACK
We may not be able to get together and do a group tour of our local breweries this year, but we are very happy to be offering up the next best thing: a delicious swag bag of tasty treats and a lovely do-it-yourself tour map of some of East Vancouver’s amazing public art & some of the Crawl’s unique studio buildings! Support the Crawl, take home a tote of beer and treats and take yourself on a cycling or walking tour of some amazing local art and culture sites in this exceptional, storied neighbourhood. Totes are $50 each *19+ item only*
*Click on the green 'View All Items' button to the left or scroll down to the 'Featured Item' below to buy your tote now, while quantities last!*
Please note, once you click 'Buy It Now' you will receive an invoice for the tote amount and payment will be processed when the auction closes September 6th.
***A huge thank you to our generous sponsors: Andina Brewing, Bomber Brewing, Container Brewing, East Van Brewing, Luppolo Brewing, Off The Rail Brewing, Parallel 49 Brewing, Red Truck Brewing, Strange Fellows Brewing, Earnest Ice Cream, Freybe and The Hive Printing***
2. ART GROWLERS
In conjunction with our summer fundraiser, the Art, Bike, Beer Crawl Tote Pack Auction. we are auctioning off custom, original Art Growlers created by the following outstanding Eastside Culture Crawl artists: Donn Bennett, Mat Holmstrom, Kari Kristensen, Carylann Loeppky, Kate MacDonald, John Steil, Richard Tetrault and Arleigh Wood.
New art growlers will be added on an ongoing basis and those that are up for auction here are viewable at Strange Fellows Brewing 1345 Clark Drive during their hours of operation.
*Click on the green 'View All Items' button to the left or scroll down to the 'Featured Item' below to bid on an art growler!*
***A huge thank you to all of our participating artists for generously donating these works: Donn Bennett, Mat Holmstrom, Kari Kristensen, Carylann Loeppky, Kate MacDonald, John Steil, Richard Tetrault and Arleigh Wood.***
The 24th annual Eastside Culture Crawl Festival is pleased to bring you a new and exciting format this year delivering our programming across multiple platforms, maximizing engagement while ensuring the safety and comfort of guests and artists. This year’s hybrid festival offers both virtual engagement through 360-degree studio view, live streaming and live chat, as well as offering controlled in-person engagement through studio visits by appointment. We are excited to announce that this year’s festival offers extended hours over a three- week period; launching with a virtual preview week November 2nd – 9th, followed by two weekends of controlled in-person open studio visits November 12th-15th and November 19th-22nd. We believe this year’s hybrid will allow for an even more intimate space of connectivity between the public, our artists and their art and we are thrilled to share this experience with our audiences and artists in November. Join us!
This fundraiser helps support the Eastside Culture Crawl Society’s initiatives promoting local arts and culture through community engagement.
The Eastside Culture Crawl Society is a registered charity #872741202RR0001
About Eastside Culture Crawl Society
The Eastside Culture Crawl Society [ECCS] is a registered charity whose members make up the highest concentration of artists per capita in Canada. The Society builds capacity and sustainability for artists, organizes nationally-recognized exhibitions, connects the community with local artists, and provides arts programming for inner city schools.
The ECCS is proud to announce that the 2020 Eastside Culture Crawl will be taking place over extended dates this year: Virtual Preview Week November 2nd-9th and open studio dates November 12th-15th and November 19th-22nd. Connect with our artists virtually or through in-person studio visits by appointment. Complete details are on our website www.culturecrawl.ca