I recently donated one of my Pier Module paintings to this year’s Art for Aids live auction. It benefits the UCSF Alliance Health Project. Leading up to this fantastic event, I was very excited to discover that I’ve been mentioned in the most recent Art Business News:
The San Francisco art scene will come together on Friday, September 14th for a good cause, auctioning off over 140 pieces by world-renowned artists at the 2012 Art for AIDS. Now San Francisco’s premier auction, the event was founded in 1996 by a group of Bay Area locals who decided to sell their art to help their friends living with HIV/AIDS. Sixteen years later it’s gotten decidedly bigger and more swanky—this year’s event, featuring gourmet food from local restaurants and wine and cocktails courtesy of Ketel One, is expected to be attended by over 700—but it’s still as devoted to its cause as ever: Proceeds will go to UCSF’s Alliance Health Project, which has been providing assistance to the LGBTQ and HIV communities for over a quarter-century.
For more on the event, to which tickets are still available, visit artforaids.org. More on the UCSF Alliance Health Project can be found at www.ucsf-ahp.org.