Saturday, September 29, 2007

Tomorrow: SOIL TOIL

What better way to spend your Sunday afternoon than to support cutting edge, local contemporary art?

"It's time to dig deep, sell the car, and mortgage the house. SOIL's annual art auction is THE opportunity to collect contemporary art in Seattle. And not only that, each dollar spent helps ensure SOIL's ability to provide Seattle with fresh art all year long.

New this year is SOIL TOIL, in which each SOIL member will offer a unique service up for auction. For instance, who wouldn't want Jennifer Zwick to wear a T-shirt with their face on it for one whole month? And don't miss your opportunity to have a ceramic miniature made of you and your BFF sculpted by Saya Moriyasu."

Take home a piece of contemporary art, or perhaps a cooking lesson, personalized mix cd or 10-person pocket bio-sphere adoption party.

At 3:30, the doors open and the Silent Auction begins.
At 5:00, the Live Auction begins, with auctioneer Laura Michalek.

The SOIL 2007 Art Auction will be held at Greg Kucera Gallery (212 3rd Avenue S, Seattle, WA 98104). Admission is $10.

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