Monday, 1 March 2010

Live Art - Charity Event 12th March

‘Live Art’ A charity art fundraiser showcasing up and coming designers, 12th March, London Bridge

Who: I am a Vodafone World of Difference winner, Charlotte Pawle, who is organising an art fundraiser for children’s charity Hope for Children. Established artists who are donating work to the event and are planning to attend are; Alex Noble, Carrie Reichardt, Lucy McLauchlan, Steve Wilson, John Miers, Sam Bevington, Stickman and Matt Webb (Mutate Britain). Expect appearances and artwork from Elate, Pure Evil, Letman, Lewis Chaplin and David Montgomery.

What: Hope For Children are hosting “Live Art”, a charity fundraiser showcasing some of the UK’s most exciting up and coming artists. There will be something for everyone at this event, from painting and photography to illustration and street art. The line-up includes a mix up of prominent and inspirational young talent with fresh design graduates. There will be an auction on all artwork shown and a chance to witness the artists’ create a joint mosaic live! Plus, experience live visual audio performance and special guest DJ sets. There will be stalls selling accessories, small artworks, hand crafted Ugandan cards and kitsch cakes.

An online catalogue of most of the artwork will be released online on the 5th of March. The work will be open to bids at this point.

There will be a charity spokesperson at the event and I will be available for interview. Filming and photography will be allowed at the event.

Information for artists that would like to het involved can be found on Facebook -!/event.php?eid=486329310172&ref=ts">!/event.php?eid=486329310172&ref=ts">!/event.php?eid=486329310172&ref=ts <!/event.php?eid=486329310172&ref=ts>

More information about the ‘Live Art’ event can also be found on Facebook. -!/event.php?eid=296211422971&ref=ts

Hope for Children improves the quality of life and advances the rights of disabled, orphaned, poor and exploited children in developing countries and the UK. Hope for Children promote sustainable long term development for children and their families through activities which enhance their sustainability.

Please use these details as an event listing.

Where: Arch 897, Hollyrood St, London SE1 2EL

When: Artists in Action 12pm-3pm
Exhibition Viewing and Auction 7pm-9.30pm
DJ’s and Visual Audio Performance 9.30pm- Midnight

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