TIME SENSITIVE: “heART for Haiti” needs artwork, patrons and publicity
WHAT: heART for HAITI is an artist-conceived fundraiser to benefit Save the Children
Five Connecticut galleries are teaming up to sell artist-donated work that will benefit Save the Children’s Haiti relief and recovery efforts with the goal of raising $1 million dollars.
Artists are invited to participate by donating a work of their choice, and the public is encouraged to visit the galleries and purchase art during the Artwork Sale + Reception on January 29 + 30. Information on how to donate a work of art and event reception details can be found at
WHEN: Artwork Sale/ Reception: Friday, Jan 29, 6 - 9 pm & Saturday, Jan 30, 12 - 3 pm
WHERE: Galleria d’Arte Ridgefield, 3 Bailey Ave, Ridgefield
Rockwell Fairfield, 1630 Post Rd, Fairfield
Rockwell New Canaan, 9 Burtis Ave, New Canaan
Rockwell Westport, 15 Myrtle Ave, Sconset Square, Westport
Rockwell Wilton, 379 Danbury Rd, Wilton
CALL FOR ARTISTS:
heART for HAITI is seeking artist donations to one of our five locations throughout Connecticut. For information on how to donate artwork to heART for Haiti, please visit:
TIME SENSITIVE: ART MUST BE DROPPED OFF WED. 1/27 and THURS. 1/28
Participating artists (as of Jan. 25): Francie Ashforth • Vincent Baldassano • Elise Black • Andrea Bonfils • Maya Boreen • Phyllis Clamage • Ann Conrad • Carol Conze • Jo Ann Davidson • Steve Desloge • Cecily Garver • Jim Felice • Leslie Guiliani • Ron Heinken • Ted Horowitz • Billie Jean Sullivan • Heidi Lewis Coleman • Shelley Lowell • Janice Mauro • Dona Menton • Michelle Miller • Constance Old • Deb Owen • Yolanda Petrocelli • Gay Schempp • Denyse Schmidt • Lynn Stephens Massey • Emma Sutherland • Jane Sutherland • Margaret Waage • Peggy Weis • Raychel Wengenroth • Sharman Wheatley • Torrance York
CALL FOR PATRONS:
The public is invited to attend the Artwork Sale + Reception: Friday, January 29, 6 to 9 pm and Saturday, January 30, 12 to 3 pm. The donated works of art will be for sale and donations to Save the Children are encouraged. Come early for the best selection of art work.