Art Aid sg: Animal Kingdom

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National Design Centre

111 Middle Road

Singapore, 188969

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Dear friends and family

Art Aid sg Exhibition is a collective of 20+ emerging and professional artists who share the passion for animal welfare and humanity. All the work has been specially commissioned for this exhibition to the theme of “Animal Kingdom”. They will be expressing their craft from a variety of mediums including acrylic and watercolour paintings, sketches and embroidery.

Our artists have generously lent their time and talent and between 60% to 100% of all proceeds raised from this exhibition launching on August 30 from 6.30 pm will be donated to two dog shelters in Singapore – Blk2 Furever Canine and Uncle Khoe k9. Both shelters need help in ensuring they can continue their day to day operations and medical bills of their beneficiaries. Collectively, both shelters have rescued around 250 dogs, and successfully rehomed around 200.

The artists include: Ael Lim, Elvin Yong and Lionel Ng, ink rockstars; self taught artist Michelle Chang (Mysh) and Joanne Beh, artist and teacher inspiring the next generation of artists at Art Pazionate.

Art Aid sg Exhibition is completely organized by a group of four friends and volunteers who have pulled favors from all their friends to make this happen.

The venue for the art exhibition has been kindly sponsored by Paperwork from August 30, 2019 till November 30, 2019. Our other sponsors for the evening include Petpawroni, Fatfuku, The Exciseman Whisky Bar and Le Vigne.

Please join us for a meaningful night filled with art, conversation, food and drink. Come with open hearts, minds and wallets to donate to a great cause. We aim to collectively raise with your generosity SGD30,000.

Please RSVP latest by 16 August, and hope to see you there.

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