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Support Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Auctions This Weekend

Thursday 14th May, 2015 10:16am

This Sunday join Los Angeles’ hottest established and emerging contemporary artists in raising over $650,000 to fund health care at Venice Family Clinic.

Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Auctions brings thousands of artists and volunteers together each year. All auction proceeds go towards helping provide critically-needed health care to those with nowhere else to turn.

The clinic helps 20,000 low-income, uninsured, and homeless patients with healthcare they would otherwise not have access to.

Hosted at Google Los Angeles, Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Auctions is free and open to the public and showcases a gallery-quality contemporary silent art auction. As well as accompanying artist studio tours, artisan shops, family activities, entertainment, music, and food.

The event happens this Sunday, May 17, 2015 at Google Los Angeles, 340 Main St., Venice.

Artist studio tours run from Noon until 4:00PM and the silent art auction runs from Noon until 6:00PM view the online preview here.

For tickets for the Art & Architecture Tours, Angel events and Artist Studio Tour or to purchase an ART-venture Pass go online here or call 310.664.7916.


Jay Adams - JOSH 'BAGEL' KLASSMANJay Adams – At the Old Venice Pit by Josh ‘Bagel’ Klassman is just one of the many pieces up for auction this weekend.

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