Presented by Van Simpson – Scotia Wealth Management
April 18 to 24
In its 11th year, this fundraising partnership will celebrate culture, compassion, and community from Sunday, April 18 to Saturday, April 24. Works donated by established and emerging artists and from notable London area collectors (paintings, photographs, prints, and sculpture) will be in an online silent auction with prices geared to both new and seasoned collectors. Last year, UPwithART raised almost $150K which directly funded Unity Project’s emergency shelter and supportive housing for adults and youth of all genders, and Museum London’s children’s art programming.
We are honoured to have Mohawk artist and Governor General’s Award recipient Shelley Niro join us as the guest artist for 2021. Her original work “The Wild Ones and The Colonized” will be in the auction and also printed on a t-shirt for our open edition multiple.
Register for free
Register for free at UPwithART.ca and take a look at our online programming which includes a panel discussion, Money Now donation bidding, and artist videos. Register by 11:59 pm on Tuesday, April 20 to be entered in a draw to win the lithograph “Daydreaming” by Peter Max.
Featuring works by:
Guest artist Shelley Niro, Taiwo Apampa, Ross Bell, Hida Bezhadi, Ron Benner, Marla Botterill, Samantha Chilvers, Sean Couchie, Cathy Czuma, Susan Day, Patricia Deadman, Oswaldo “Achu” De León Kantule, Soheila Esfahani, Hannan Fayad, Roly Fenwick, Mandy Forbes, Joscelyn Gardner, Adam Giroux, Kelly Greene, Jamelie Hassan, Ryan Irwin, Jesse Jacobs, Jamie M K Jardine, Tricia Johnson, Sharmistha Kar, Tsista Kennedy, Ron Kingswood, James Kirkpatrick, George Kubresli, Antje Laidler, Vance Lemon, Greg Ludlow, Patrick Mahon, Jason McLean, Rodney Mercer, Ron Milton, Catherine Morrisey, Kim Neudorf, Monica Joy Peeff, Mike Pszczonak, Leslie Putnam, Angie Quick, Karalyn Reuben, Jenna Rose Sands, Rosemary Sloot, Quinn Smallboy, Gabriella Solti, E. Ruth Strebe, Diana Tamblyn, Matthew Trueman, Jane Wright, Amsa Yaro, Billy Bert Young, and Earl Youskow
For more information, please contact:
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Museum London is Southwestern Ontario’s leading establishment for the collection and presentation of visual art and material culture.
Unity Project provides emergency shelter and supportive housing for adults and youth of all genders age 18 and over.