Deasy/Penner Hosts Pasadena Arts Council Inaugural Art Auction

Pasadena Arts Council’s inaugural art auction will present over fifty works by artists including Joshua Aster, Kristin Calabrese, Fallen Fruit, Shana Lutker, Sandeep Mukherjee, Steve Roden, Analia Saban, Alex Schweder, Kim Stringfellow, Liat Yossifor, and Marina Zurkow.

Artwork will be available for bidding on paddle8.com from April 25 – May 9, 2017.

All proceeds will support PAC’s mission to empower artists to invent, inspire, and provoke. Sales from select lots will also directly support the following independent arts collectives and organizations:

  • ARID Journal
  • Big City Forum
  • Eastside International (ESXLA)
  • Fallen Fruit
  • The Love House Project
  • The Mojave Project
  • Monte Vista Projects
  • PasadenaPhotographyArts
  • Shed Research Institute
  • Surrogate Gallery Projects
  • Unconfirmed Makeshit Museum
  • VOLUME

For more information please visit PasadenaArtsCouncil.org or call at 626.793.8171.

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