‘Activate Your Art’ Auction Fundraiser Melbourne

June 15, 2010

The auction will feature work from established and emerging artists from all over Australia working across a variety of different mediums.

A feature of this years’ event will be a large collection of Aboriginal art from South Australia and the Northern Territory.

The auction is a joint fundraiser for the ACE campaign and for the Aboriginal-led Australian Nuclear Free Alliance (ANFA).

Hogans Gallery, 310 Smith Street (next door to Friends of the Earth)

Where The Wild Things Are screening + Art Auction

December 9, 2009 5:45 pm to 9:30 pm

Sustainable Living Foundation is holding a private screening of Where The Wild Things Are in order to raise money for the art exhibitions at the Sustainable Living Festival next February. There will also be a Silent Auction of pre-loved pieces and small artworks.

Westgarth Theatre Melbourne, Tickets $17
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Help fund the fight for a nuclear-free future

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Donate works in any medium to be auctioned in June. Money raised will go to the Australian Nuclear-Free Alliance (ANFA) and Friends of the Earth’s Anti-Nuclear and Clean Energy (ACE) campaign, funding grassroots activism in Australia. Auction to be held at Hogan’s Gallery on the 16th of June.

To donate works and receive updates, contact Richilde: ph 0403 965 977, email:   aschilde  {at}  hotmail.com

victoria is on fire

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In 1983 permaculture co-originator David Holmgren responded to the tragic Ash Wednesday fires with a project called The Flywire House. As a contribution to the rebuilding of devastated communities, Holmgren Design Services have decided to make Flywire House available as a free download.

Brunswick Street Gallery is holding a charity art auction on Tuesday 3 March at 6pm to raise money for the victims of the Victorian bushfires. All proceeds will go to the Red Cross.

Bruno‘s home and art gallery were completely destroyed in the blaze, with Bruno only managing to save a handful of paintings. The damage to the main attraction, the sculpture garden, is yet to be discerned as we are unable to return to Marysville until the police have finished investigating the scene and identifying the remains of those who perished in the fire.

Hijacking Social Media Competitions for a higher cause

Please write to your local politician and tell them their new carbon trading scheme sucks. Getup is running a great campaign to get the word out.