Art Gallery of Hamilton launches 2020 AGH Art Sale Online
Artworks from over 60 regional artists available online from April 23 – May 24, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 crisis, the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s annual Art Sale, originally scheduled April 23-26, 2020, will be reimagined as an online presentation. Through astounding community support last year, the Art Sales + Services program and the Art Sale returned over $175,000 to participating artists, greatly contributing to the success of their individual artistic practices. As an institution, the AGH is committed to finding creative ways to ensure the artistic community can continue to be supported by the Gallery.
With this goal in mind, the AGH Art Sales + Services team is looking forward to launching the 2020 Art Sale Online on Thursday, April 23, running through until Sunday, May 24, 2020.
“During this time of public crisis, so many exhibition opportunities and commercial activities that artists fundamentally rely upon have been postponed or outright cancelled,” says Shelley Falconer, AGH President & CEO. “We are so grateful that in this day and age of technology, we have been able to redesign the Art Sale to honour our commitment to support those artists who continue to support us.”
The 2020 Art Sale Online will be hosted on our website at http://www.aghartsales.com and will be supported on all the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s email marketing and social media channels. The AGH Art Sales + Services team will be creating content for the Art Sales + Services Instagram account which can be found here: https://www.instagram.com/agh_art_sales/. Please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on the Art Sale’s participating artists, artworks, and purchase processing.
Artists included in the 2020 AGH Art Sale Online:
Peter Adams, Stephen Altena, Matt Beasant, Meredith Bingham, Stephen Brookbank, Marlene Bulas, Carolyn Cheng, Peer Christensen, Anna Church, Adam Colangelo, Danielle Cole, Gabriella Collier, Martine Côté, Dana Cowie, Kristofir Dean, Laura Dick, Amanda Dudnik, Jordan Dunlop, Paul Elia, Peter Fischer, Holly Ann Friesen, Stuart Godfrey, Marion Griese, Laine Groeneweg, Stev’nn Hall, John Haney, Julie Hawkins, Sarah Hillock, Margaret Horvat, Andrea Howson, Natalie Hunter, J. Joel, Kaitlin Johnson, Katrina Jurjans, Jieun June Kim, Jodi Kitto-Ward, Elzbieta Krawecka, Darlene Kulig, Anna Kutishcheva, Elizabeth Lennie, Gordon Leverton, Lora Moore-Kakaletris, Doug MacBean, Melanie MacDonald, Adam Matak, Jennifer McGregor, Kara McIntosh, Terran McNeely, Andrew McPhail, Amber Ozols, Yangyang Pan, Mary Philpott, Alison Postma, E. Robert Ross, Mia Sandhu, Christina Sealey, Jon Shaw, Kristin Sjaarda, Rachael Speirs, Marsha Strycharz, Dylan Swan, Kate Taylor, Patricia Taylor, David Trautrimas, Kerry Walford, Jerzy Werbel, Carol Westcott, Marnie White
The Art Gallery of Hamilton is dedicated to supporting the local Artist Community and to providing AGH Members and the larger community with creative, sustaining experiences. The AGH is able to achieve this through a mutual love of art and culture, especially during these uncertain and challenging times.
We are so grateful for the continued support of the Art Gallery of Hamilton and the artistic community.
Art Gallery of Hamilton
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8P 4S8