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Welcome to our Online Auction!
Started
January 26, 2017
05:00 PM EST
Ended
February 09, 2017
08:50 PM EST
$4,018.00
RAISED
$8,000.00
GOAL (CAD)
50.2%
TO GOAL

For high res. photos and fun stories about our auction items please visit our blog:
http://artbarnraisingartists.blogspot.ca/

Join us Thursday, February 9, 2017 from 6-9pm at the Artbarn for Artbarn Raising Artists!

In addition to the online auction, we will hold a live auction of a beautiful Inukshuk painting by Ken Kirkby (pictured left). Also come to watch Sandra Iafrate, Catherine Shea and Jim Thierry Bravo paint live! You will have a chance to win one of their paintings for only $5.

This online auction is our chance to introduce coveted work of professional artists as well as new work from our faculty. Watch for more photos of the works on the blog and Facebook. Also check back to see new items added!

Please call or email us at (416) 518-6108 or artbarnschool@me.com to preview the art. All art is on display now at the Artbarn. Also watch our blog and Facebook page for more information on the Golf Package and Stephan Bailey Canvas.

With your support, Artbarn can continue to offer extraordinary art experiences to families in our neighbourhood and award scholarships to talented and deserving young people.

Tickets $10 through Eventbrite
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/artbarn-raising-artists-2017-tickets-29081933847

The Artbarn School

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Artbarn School has been providing high quality art programming for children and adults in our community for 11 years! Since our start as a not-for-profit art school in 2005, we have been nurturing artistic talent in North Toronto by helping develop skills and a love of art for thousands of children and adults. This year we received a StreetARToronto grant to transform the field house at Eglinton Park with colourful murals. Art students from Marshall McLuhan CSS benefited from this valuable hands on experience working with 2 professional artists. We also received an Ontario Trillium grant to install a wheelchair washroom. Now that our studios are more accessible we will work to expand our programming to include disabled children and adults.

An important part of our vision includes providing scholarship opportunities for talented children who could not otherwise afford art education.

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