About Our Auction: Neighbor Hoods Sponsored by GM
Four diverse artists from across America were invited to express their love for the neighborhoods they call home, using actual GM vehicle hoods as their canvas. It’s artwork made in America. By artists made in America. Electrified by the vehicle brand made in America.
Once completed, their hoods were placed on display at one of the biggest music festivals of the year, Made In America. Alongside their creations stood previews of some of the latest GM tech that seeks to electrify the future. These artists involved spawn from four different corners of the country:
UPENDO: A Biomorphic Surrealist painting in the Abstract based in L.A.
Jerin "Jerk" Beasley: A skilled artist/businessman born and raised in New Orleans.
Shaina Kasztelan: A multidisciplinary artist based in Detroit, Michigan.
Symone Salib: A first generation Cuban/Egyptian muralist, street artist, and educator based out of Philadelphia
Each with their own unique style and voice, these artists aimed to create art that would not only speak volumes, but raise money for charities in the process. So bid and bid often! Just like the neighborhoods they represent, these pieces are one of a kind. Once the auction ends they hit the road. Don’t miss your chance to bring home a visually stunning piece of GM legacy.
Auction and Charities
The auction will start on 10/12/22 midnight EST and end on 11/30/22 11:00PM EST. The minimum auction bid is $1,500 (US dollars). The winning auction bid as of the auction end date and time will win the featured item. Winning auction bidder will be asked to sign a release confirming his/her compliance with auction terms and granting rights to use his/her name and likeness in publicity and advertising related to the auction.
The money raised from this auction will be split equally and given to the two separate charities.
Accessible Festivals: (https://accessiblefestivals.org/)
By educating the public and bringing together like-minded organizations, Accessible Festivals aims to end the stigmatization involved with disabilities. Creating fully accessible opportunities at all music festivals.
EVHybridNoire is an independent, national 501c3 organization, and is the nation's largest network of diverse EV drivers and enthusiasts. Their mission is to advance electric vehicles and multimodal e-mobility solutions across the U.S., and ensure those solutions are inclusive and equitable. They envision a world where all communities are free of air pollution from cars and trucks, and everyone can reap the mobility, public health, environmental and economic benefits of electric vehicles and other e-mobility solutions.
Participants acknowledge that General Motors ("GM") is not affiliated with Made in America music festival (the "Festival") and GM is not party to any associated promotional event, sweepstakes, auction, or similar marketing efforts. ("Marketing Endeavors"). Participants acknowledge that they shall hold GM, Majority Creative, Inc., and their respective, affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents and licensees harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses (including attorneys’ fees) arising out of any breach by any party associated with the Festival or any representation, warranty, obligation or agreement made by the Festival hereunder or arising out of negligence and/or willful misconduct by the Festival in the performance of any services or obligations pursuant to their Marketing Endeavors.
About General Motors
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