Venice Family Clinic Art Walk: Benefit Auction 2021
Venice Family Clinic is thrilled to present Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction from April 28 – May 12. The auction will feature over 200 art works by nationally recognized contemporary artists, including Kelly Akashi, Matthew Brandt, Bumblebeelovesyou, Yasmine Nasser Diaz, Sam Durant, Amir H. Fallah, Kim Fisher, Jona Frank, FriendsWithYou, Alexandra Grant, Sayre Gomez, Haas Brothers, Channing Hansen, EJ Hill, Farrah Karapetian, Miles Regis, Enrique Martínez Celaya, Ed Ruscha, Liza Ryan, Analia Saban, and Gregory Siff.
Browse lots and place bids before the sale closes on Wednesday, May 12th, at 12:00pm PDT (3:00pm EDT).
Each work ships from a different location, as noted on the individual lot page. Shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer. Local pickup may be an option.
Please note 9.5% tax applies to collectors in California regardless of where the work ships from. Tax will not apply to anyone outside of California regardless of where the work ships from.
Venice Family Clinic is a leader in providing comprehensive, high-quality primary health care to people in need. Founded in 1970 by volunteer physicians, the Clinic has grown from a small storefront operation into one of Los Angeles’ leading community health centers, serving nearly 27,000 people annually through 14 sites in Venice, Santa Monica, Mar Vista, Inglewood, Culver City, and Hawthorne.
Auction proceeds will provide essential health care services to people in our community regardless of their income, immigration, or insurance status. These services include primary and specialty care, dental care, mental health services, substance use treatment, vision services, child development services, health education, prescription medications, domestic violence counseling, HIV services, street medicine for people experiencing homelessness, and health insurance enrollment.
Your support will also help Venice Family Clinic stay agile and responsive to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Venice Family Clinic’s patients are among the most vulnerable in our community, and they need you more than ever. Donate HERE today.