Artists: please donate to the Benefit Auction!

It’s been a huge year for Works, with the move to 365 South Market, a buildout with fantastic ‘barn raising’ volunteers, a wide range of exhibitions, and ongoing KidWorks and WordsDrawingMusic events. Works also hosted performances by Cardboard Box Theatre Project and the new WellRED reading series with Poetry Center San José. There is a lot more to do in lighting, signage, and programming, and we need your help to move forward.

Our most important fundraiser is the Benefit Auction—please download the Call and donate a piece if you can—it will make a huge difference.

key dates:

Artists deliver art: July 21, 22, and 28, noon to 4pm each day

Opening Reception: First Friday, August 3, 7 to 10pm

Auction Night: Saturday, August 18, preview 5pm, bidding 7pm

EMAIL to confirm participation with your name, your email address, phone number, and a web page if you’d like to be linked from ours.

Right Click to DOWNLOAD PDF CALL and instructions

Right Click to DOWNLOAD PDF DONATION FORM (we’ll have copies at Works)

Please participate and encourage others you know to do the same!

Auction artists so far include:

Richard James Arredondo

Tessie Barrera-Scharaga

Brande Barrett

Laura Callin Bennett

Lydia Rae Black

Lacey Bryant

Antonio Castro

Jason Challas

Steve Cooley

Tulio Flores

Michael Foley

Bill Gould

Patrick “WäDL” Hofmeister

Donnasue Jacobi

Anna Koster

John Kurtyka

David Lippenberger

Patrick Lydon

Miguel Machuca

Kent Manske

Frances Marin

Michael Martin

Javier Martinez

Kimy Martinez

Ken Matsumoto

Therese May

Tony May

Victoria May

Stephanie Metz

Joe Miller

Jesse N. Molina

Clayton Moraga

Angelica Muro

J Paradis

Gianfranco Paolozzi

Carlos Pérez

Anabella Piñon

James Pollard

Alfred Preciado

Grace Purpura

Valerie Andriola Purpura

Fred Roessler

Karen Carlo Salinger

Brooke Scudder

Ema Sintamarian

Jean Skamra

Shana Sundstrom

Donna Thompson

Timothy Tsun

Consuelo Jiménez Underwood

Nanette Wylde

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