Art for Africa Auction

Max Gregor is taking part in an art auction to raise money for TEMWA a charity trying to help educate children in africa. Max says: “…It’s for a great cause and will feature work from some of the best street artists in the country…” The Auction takes place on 6th May. Here is some more information:

Temwa is proud to announce ‘Art for Africa’ Bristol 2011, our annual contemporary art auction raising funds for community development projects in Malawi.

This years event will feature some of Bristol’s most established artists as well as some of the most exciting new and upcoming talent.
And for a sneak preview of some of the art to be auctioned click here

Plus: Incredible raffle / live painting / DJs and special guest beats from Pieman, MinAmus & S30
CLICK HERE to visit the Art For Africa website
THE 2011 ART FOR AFRICA CATALOGUE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD FROM THE WEBSITE BY FRIDAY 22ND APRIL

All artwork has been generously donated by the participating artists, and 100% of the proceeds of this event will go directly to Temwa.
Felix ‘FLX’ Braun recently went to visit Temwa’s projects in Malawi, here are his thoughts… “Having recently returned from running a six-day community arts project with Temwa, in Usisya, what remains with me is the sheer depth of the work they do, and the enormously positive impact it has had on the lives of so many people in North East Malawi.” Felix Braun (to read more about Felix’s trip to Malawi click here)
“You can see where all the money raised goes, directly to support projects in Malawi; it’s amazing to be involved with.” Duncan Jago
“It’s my favourite charity event to support; I love the work they are doing on the ground.” Will Barras
A huge thanks goes out to our sponsors: Sift, Route One, UK Urban Culture, Attic, 5050, Weapon of Choice, and Dirty Old Town
Remember, 100% of proceeds raised will go directly to Temwa.

Friday 6th May
7pm – Late (auction 8.30pm)
The Attic Bar – Bristol
Entrance FREE
100% of profits to Temwa

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