Pockets Warhol's Art Collective

par Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary

  • jeudi, 06 avril 2017 de 7:00 Après-midi à 10:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • The Papermill Art Gallery, Todmorden Mills, 67 Pottery Road, Toronto, ON M4K 2B9

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Aperçu

There will be over 100 pieces of art on sale/display from 80 local and international artists.  This opening event will include 2 drinks and refreshments in the price of admission.  $20 per person online, $25 at the door.  Limit of 150 tickets.

Détails

SBFPS Pockets Warhol's Art Collective Fundraiser with Anita Kunz and friends. 

Paintings will be on sale/display from April 6 - 16, 2017.

Opening event: April 6th, 2017 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. EDT

Tickets $20 online, $25 at the door (includes 2 drinks plus refreshments).

The Papermill Art Gallery, Todmorden Mills, 67 Pottery Road, Toronto (map)

There will be over 100 paintings from 80+ local and international artists, including: Barry Blitt, Sue Coe, Jill Greenberg, Anita Kunz, Terry Mosher, Ralph Steadman, Cynthia Von Buhler and of course, Pockets Warhol.

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The Papermill Art Gallery, Todmorden Mills,
67 Pottery Road, Toronto, ON M4K 2B9

6 avril 2017
jeudi, 6 avril 2017 7:00 Après-midi (HAE)

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Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary
2315 Concession Road 10
Sunderland
Sunderland , ON
L0C 1H0

À propos de cet organisme

Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary is a sanctuary in Ontario which provides a permanent home for primates retiring from biomedical research, zoos, universities, pet stores, and private residences. At Story Book Farm we believe all animals have rights: that animals have the right to live free of fear or pain from humans in any form and, that we can all make a difference, one being at a time. Currently, we are home to 19 monkeys who come to us for peace and solace from a variety of backgrounds, some of them with stories difficult even to share, let alone survive.