L.A. Family School and David Kordansky Gallery are holding the L.A. Family School Benefit Art Auction. It will be online starting October 15 and will conclude October 21. You’ll be able to check out the work on the 21st at Kordansky Gallery, too. Get more details after the jump!
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L.A. Family School and David Kordansky Gallery are pleased to announce the L.A. Family School Benefit Art Auction. The art auction will be held online beginning Monday October 15th and will run until Sunday October 21st. We invite you to view the work and enjoy a cocktail reception on Sunday October 21st at David Kordansky Gallery located at 3143 S. La Cienega Blvd Unit A, LA 90016 from noon to 5pm.
Click to request an invitation to the online bidding.
Bidding begins 9am Monday October 15th.
Thank you to the artists who have generously donated their work:
Marwa Abdul Rahman
Anna Sew Hoy
L.A. Family School is a progressive, non-profit preschool that was established in 1972. Since its founding, the school has offered a loving and nurturing environment to the children and families it serves. Indoor and outdoor play, peaceful conflict resolution, multicultural celebrations, art of all kinds-these are only some of the things that embody the philosophy on which the school was founded. In addition, the school’s child-centered, emergent curriculum continues to provide opportunities for children to become independent, dynamic, and socially competent individuals.
We are using this art auction to raise funds for early arts education and our goal of $100,000 will make it possible for L.A. Family School to build a structure in which the children can engage in meaningful, inspiring, and empowering arts learning.
Once we reach our goal, we will be giving a portion of our donations to the following partner organizations: Echo Parenting & Education, fostering non-violent parenting and teaching, The HeArt Project, teaching art to at-risk high school students in LA’s inner city, and 826LA, offering after school tutoring and creative writing program to students ages 6 – 18.