Art, Bike, Beer Crawl Fundraiser Auction!

START
23
July 2021
At Midnight PDT
END
21
August 2021
At Midnight PDT

About Our Auction

We have two great ways to support the Eastside Arts Society (producers of the Eastside Culture Crawl) this year!

Purchase a Beer or Bucha Tote full of tasty local treats or bid on a series of custom Art Growlers created by 23 amazing Crawl artists.

The 6th Annual Art, Bike & Beer Crawl Fundraiser helps support the Eastside Arts Society’s initiatives promoting local arts and culture through community engagement This event pairs two of the best things about our neighbourhood – art and beer – in a fun event that connects Eastside art and beer lovers in our community! 

1. BEER TOTE PACK

Pick up a delicious swag bag of tasty local treats and a DIY tour map of some of East Vancouver’s amazing public art & unique studio buildings! Support the Crawl, take home a tote of beer or kombucha, and take yourself on a cycling or walking tour of some amazing local art and culture sites in this exceptional, storied neighbourhood. 

This year, we are thrilled to offer both a beer & non-alcoholic tote of goodies, please click on auction items below for full details!

BEER TOTES: $50 each (19+ item only)

BUCHA TOTES: $25 each
 (all-ages, non-alcoholic)

*All tote buyers will be entered into a draw to win some amazing raffle prizes from our partners at Bowen eBikes, East Van Bees and Herschel Supply Company!*

**Tote buyers can also elect to receive a charitable tax receipt**

***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
• Storm Brewing
• Strange Fellows Brewing
• Bucha Brew
• Bowen eBikes
• Earnest Ice Cream
• East Van Bees
• Hardbite Chips
• Herschel Supply Company
• The Hive Printing
• Uprising Bakery

2. ART GROWLERS

In celebration of 25 years of the Eastside Culture Crawl, we are auctioning off a series of custom, original Art Growlers created by 23 amazing Crawl artists!

Art Growlers will be available for viewing at Strange Fellows Brewing 1345 Clark Drive during their hours of operation. 

Click on the green 'View All Items' button to the left or below to view all Art Growlers!

***A huge thank you to our participating artists for generously donating their works:

• Nadia Baker
• Deborah Bakos
• Paula Barrantes
• Donn Bennett
• Carley Bjorgum
• Christine Breakell-Lee
• Thompson Brennan
• Niina Chebry
• Maggie Chow
• Dana Cromie
• Lynna Goldhar Smith
• Anyuta Gusakova
• Kayan Hamadeh
• Mat Holmstrom
• Carylann Loeppky
• Tana Lynn
• Kate MacDonald
• Maria Schumacher
• John Steil
• Richard Tetrault
• Jerry Whitehead
• Arleigh Wood
• and a Mystery Artist!

The Eastside Arts Crawl Society is a registered charity #872741202RR0001


About Eastside Arts Society

The Eastside Arts Society (EAS) is a visual arts organization dedicated to connecting the public with the visual arts. EAS produces the annual Culture Crawl Visual Arts, Design and Craft Festival that involves artists on Vancouver’s Eastside opening their studio to the public running November 12th-14th & 18th-21st. The event involves painters, jewellers, sculptors, furniture makers, weavers, potters, printmakers, photographers, and glassblowers; from emerging artists to those internationally established. EAS produces additional programming including Talking Art, juried exhibits, Studio 101 arts programming for inner-city children, and the Moving Art Video series.

In 2021, EAS will embark on pioneering a new festival: the CREATE! Arts Festival and a new initiative: developing an Eastside Arts District (EAD). CREATE! is a a two-day community arts-making festival running August 21st & 22nd which will feature hands-on art making activities led by local visual artists and craft makers. The EAD will transform the arts and cultural assets in the Eastside from an informal and grassroots network of stakeholders, into a formalized organization with stable funding and secure, long-term facilities for artists and cultural venues.

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