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The Annual Art Auction this year will be a bit different, coming to you live and on-line, presenting an amazing night of art, music and special guests.

Musical performances from Alice Skye, Kylie Auldist, Cookin’ on 3 Burners, Rebecca Barnard & Billy Miller, and The Jane Barnes Band (featuring Ruby) plus more.

Special Guests will include AKC Ambassadors – Brian Nankervis, Dylan Lewis, Michala Banas and Toby Truslove.

The event will also host the iconic Artists for Kids Culture Art Auction – which will be on-line.

The on-line Art Auction will include works by David Larwill, Jenny Watson, David Bromley, Lisa Roet, Andrew Taylor, Adam Cullen and Lewis Miller.

Founded in 1994 by the late and much revered artist David Larwill, last year Artists for Kids Culture granted over $100,000 to kids, enabling them to participate in art and cultural activities that would not otherwise be available to them.

We are looking forward to this new way of bringing our auction to you and are also excited to present an amazing line-up of musical entertainment on the night.

As a part of your ticket you have exclusive access to our virtual art exhibitions where you can:

  • preview the amazing works available in 2020
  • see their dimensions, medium and any other details
  • view the artwork valuation estimate 
  • read the artist bios

LINK TO PREVIEW GALLERIES ONE & TWO: 

https://www.kunstmatrix.com/en/artists-for-kids-culture

GALLERY ONE: 
artworks to be auctioned LIVE on the 25th November.
LOTS 1 – 14

RENNIE ELLIS – DAVID LARWILL  – KARAN HAYMAN – DAVID BROMLEY – JENNY RIDDLE – LEWIS MILLER – JACQUI STOCKDALE – ROBERT FIELDING – ANDREW TAYLOR – ROGER KEMP – LISA ROET – JOHN BAIRD – CAMERON ROBBINS – JENNY WATSON

GALLERY TWO: 
artworks available in our “timed auction” which will open on the 25th November and conclude on Sunday 29th November, 5pm, 2020
LOTS 15 – 65

HEIDI YARDLEY – MALCOLM GARTSIDE – KONRAD WINKLER –  SALLY ROSS – RONA GREEN – JOHN RYRIE – PASQUALE GIARDINO – LOT 23 ELIZABETH MILSOM – KATE SHAW –  ANN HOWIE – MICK TURNER –  ANNE ALGAR – ROBERT GRIEVE – SIMONE MILLMAN – SARAH FAULKNER –  MARTIN KING – MARTIN KANTOR – ROBINA ASTLEY – GRAEME ALTMANN – RUBY MACKENZIE – RICKY HOWELL – GRAEME ROWE – PAUL LASPAGIS – PAUL LASPAGIS – KIM SALMON – ROS WINKLER – PETER FERGUSON -CHRISTABEL WIGLEY – VIETTA KORREN-STEELE – JUDI SINGLETON – VIVIAN ASHWORTH – VANESSA HOWELLS – DAVID HURWITZ – SHAUNAGH KEENAN – JO DARVALL – DAVID H. THOMAS – ALLAN MITELMAN – MARK SCHALLER – GRAHAM FRANSELLA – GREG ADES – VANESSA WHITE – ADRIAN SPURR – SALVATORI LOLICATO – STEPHEN SPURRIER – ILAN EL – TREVOR HOPPEN – EMMA DAVIES – ROSALIND ATKINS – PRUE ACTON – JULIAN TWIGG – ADAM CULLEN
Stay tuned for more information on HOW to BID, but for now enjoy the PREVIEW.

NEWS FLASH: 
we are now able to hold a LIVE exhibition of the works – they will be exhibited at Brightspace (gallery)
from Thursday 19th November to Sunday 29th November 2020.

Brightspace
8 Martin St 
St Kilda

Please email kylie@akc.org.au with any questions or enquiries.


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Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.