10th Annual ArtsWells Mini Mural Auction

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START
04
November 2018
05:00 PM PST
END
01
December 2018
06:48 PM PST

About Our Auction

Want a Mini Mural on your home or business in Wells? For a minimum bid of $100 you can choose a Mini Mural to rent for two years. All works will be framed and protected for outdoor hanging and will remain in the permanent collection of IMA. Murals will be available in the spring once the snow melts. The 4’ x 4’ Mini Murals were painted at the 2018 ArtsWells Festival and bidding will run until Saturday, December 1 at 6:30pm.

Don't live in Wells? You can sponsor a mural and Island Mountain Arts will help find a location for it to hang in Wells.

The Mini Mural project was created in 2009 by Wells artist Caroline Anders and has been responsible for adorning the town of Wells with many beautiful murals that can be seen on houses and businesses throughout the town.

Island Mountain Arts would like to sincerely thank the artists who created a mural at the 2018 Festival, as well as all the artists that contributed to previous projects.

Also a big thanks to all of you in Wells who already have murals on your homes and businesses. Happy bidding!


About Island Mountain Arts

Island Mountain Arts has been operating in the vibrant 1930's gold rush town of Wells since 1977 and is just down the road from Barkerville Historic Town & the Bowron Lakes. Island Mountain Arts runs a Public Gallery/Artisan Gift Shop, School of the Arts, featuring courses in visual, literary & performance arts, including the Toni Onley Artists' Project and the International Harp School. In 2004 it created the ever-growing ArtsWells Festival of all Things Art held annually on the August Long Weekend, which features tons of music & workshops, visual art installations, plus the One Minute Play Festival. In the summer of 2014, Island Mountain Arts launched the CAWS For the Nest Campaign to raise funds to purchase a property in the historic commercial district of Wells in order to run an Artist-In-Residence program and expand its capacity for arts programming in the Cariboo.

Consider a monthly donation to the ongoing CAWS For the Nest Campaign by visiting www.imarts.com.

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