Call for Art: the Benefit Auction needs you!

Artists who believe in Works: please support community art and performance! Works needs you as we enter our 40th anniversary year!

Art delivery: 365 South Market Street, downtown San José
three days from noon to 4pm:
Saturday, November 19, Sunday, November 20, and Saturday, November 26

Please confirm now that you will contribute by sending an email to auction@workssanjose.org with your name, email address, phone number, and web page if applicable, so that we can include you in auction press releases and on this website. If you send a photo of the art you are donating we will include that in early publicity. If phone is better, you can leave a message with your information at 408.300.6405.

Your work should be ready to hang or display with any frame, glass, etc., as appropriate to your piece. As just one token of our appreciation, we offer you a free one year membership for work sold at auction. Artists may choose to donate 100% of the sale price to Works or retain up to 20%. More instructions on the CALL below!

Download the CALL HERE for complete instructions!
Download the AGREEMENT FORM HERE to bring with your artwork (we’ll have them at drop off too).

Opening Reception: 6pm to 10pm, First Friday, December 2
Special exhibition hours: open every day, 2pm to 6pm, December 3 through 10
Auction: Saturday, December 10 with party starting at 6pm and Auction at 7pm sharp!

All proceeds support exhibitions, performances, education events, and more, at Works/San José, your nonprofit, all-volunteer community art and performance center.

Author: stevecooley

I make stuff! http://sc-fa.com http://beatseqr.com

2 thoughts on “Call for Art: the Benefit Auction needs you!”

  1. I don’t believe I have not gotten announcements of upcoming shows and events on a regular basis.
    Could you please check to see if I am on the appropriate email list?
    Thanks,
    Judy

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    1. Our system says that the email you commented with here is signed up. Please check your spam folder or your email provider if our emails have been held out as spam. You would have had to ‘confirm’ the opt-in email sent at the time your email was added to our list

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