Call to artists | small medium large

Ottawa School of Art’s Fall Fundraiser:

SMALL MEDIUM LARGE

We are proud to announce Ottawa School of Art’s (OSA) annual fall fundraiser Small Medium Large is back!
The OSA team is committed to making this fundraiser as successful as last year. As a non-profit organization we are dedicated to providing quality education to its students aged 5 to 99.
In order to maintain OSA’s programs we are holding a fundraising event on Friday November 23rd 2012, to raise money for our Bursary Program. The Bursary Program targets low-income students unable to pay for tuition to regular programs at the school. With a focus on youth, 80% of the program is devoted to children and youth. The Bursary Program is in need of funds in order to assist these students and make a difference in their lives; help us make a mark!

Donate a work of art to our event named Small Medium Large, taking on an Asian flavor to the evening combining the worlds of Chinatown’s take-out restaurants and the OSA’s art gallery, we will create an exciting mixture of art sales and delicious Asian treats sponsored by the Chinatown BIA. The artwork will be organized in small, medium and large sections in the Main Gallery where buyers will order their art to go!• Small works are estimated at 8 x 10” sold at $ 98
• Medium works are estimated at 12 x 16” sold at $138
• Large works estimated at 16 x 20” sold at $ 168With this year’s emcee and performance by Chinatown’s very own China Doll, Ottawa’s cultured and art savvy citizens will be attending the fall party of Ottawa! We will be collecting works from now until November 20th. Artists donating a piece will be featured on our• Postcards distributed all over Ottawa
• Free admission to event
• All social media
• Website and in our program to each guest
• Artists names showcased on banner at the event
• Tax receipt

If you are interested in supporting OSA or have any questions please contact 613-241-7471 ex 31 or via email at development@artottawa.ca, Claudia Gutierrez, OSA Development Officer

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