Here are a brace of posters promoting the forthcoming Japan Art Auction at Studio Manchester on the 7th April.
Please help spread the word by downloading them, printing them out and sticking them up in your office.
Numbers to the exhibition will be extremely limited so please make sure you can definitely attend before requesting a ticket.
Also, if you could Tweet and share on Facebook / Linked In, I’d be very grateful.
Japan Art Auction Poster
JAA Haiku Poster
…who are kindly contributing work to the exhibition/auction.
The date has been set: Thursday 7th April.
Venue: Studio Manchester.
Which means I’m going to need your artwork by the end of this month, Tuesday 31st March please.
Could I also ask that, if possible, you supply all work mounted or framed. I appreciate that this is an extra financial burden on individual contributors, but if you don’t, it’s an extra financial burden on me X by 35!
If you email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I can give you a postal address where to send work.
Could you also email me a digital version of your artwork and a brief biog of your self for an online catalogue.
Thank you so much for, not only supporting the event by donating your time and creativity, but also your many kind words of encouragement.
I told you news of the Japan Art Auction venue would be very soon!
I am absolutely overjoyed to announce that top Manchester photographer, Jonathan Oakes, has most generously offered Studio Manchester as the Venue for the Japan Art Auction.
(Which we be held in the next few weeks, so cancel everything else in your diaries! – particularly on Thursdays.)
The Japan Art Auction (JAA) is being held to raise money for the victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. All proceeds raised from the auction will go to the Japanese Red Cross, via the British red Cross.