Art With Heart 2022
Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 6:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario
Art With Heart, presented by TD Bank Group, takes place on Tuesday October 18th at the Art Gallery of Ontario for an unforgettable night of art in support of Casey House. Join Stephen Ranger and Perry Tung as they auction off 74 works from contemporary Canadian artists, ranging from paintings and photography, to textiles and prints. Art With Heart celebrates both emerging and established Canadian artists, and proceeds from this fundraising event support the hospital’s programming for people living with and at risk of HIV. This annual event has been a Casey House staple for nearly 30 years and is a highly anticipated gathering for artists, gallerists, curators, collectors, and art lovers alike. By participating, you can help invest in the future of Casey House and its ground-breaking model of care unseen anywhere else in the world.
In addition to the 50 artworks featured at the in-person live auction, 24 additional works are available through the online silent auction. This year, Casey House is proud to present Sarah Anne Johnson’s ‘Woodlands’ as the limited edition. Each archival pigment print includes hand-applied holographic touches, making it a varied and unique. Prints can be ordered online.
Explore the full collection at ArtWithHeart.ca, or attend the free public preview on October 14 & 15 at Cowley Abbott Fine Art (326 Dundas St West. Toronto, ON.). For more information, contact email@example.com.
About Casey House
Casey House is a specialty hospital in Toronto providing ground-breaking care to people living with and at risk of HIV. They offer a growing mix of inpatient, outpatient and community-based services that meet clients where they are in their individual journeys of health and wellness. They are Canada’s first and only hospital for people living with and at risk of HIV, and have a holistic and interdisciplinary approach to health and well-being. Building on a legacy of advocacy and social justice, they actively dismantle barriers to care and safe living. They provide a community and sense of belonging that connects people to care. The humanity of each client is at the heart of everything they do.