Venice Art Walk Raises More than $1 Million

Guests, including Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, raised over $1,000,000 bidding on the various works of art at the 40th Annual Venice Family Art Walk. Photos: David Crotty.

Star-studded guests attend Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Auction   

By Staff Writer

Contemporary art, tech and entertainment industry leaders gathered over the weekend at Google’s LA headquarters to raise money and awareness for Venice Family Clinic at the 40th Annual Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction this weekend.

Notable guests of the evening included Molly Shannon and Fritz Chesnut, Paul Lieberstein (Toby from “The Office”), Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Simon Pegg, Camryn Manheim, Gary Baseman, Ivy Kagan Bierman, Rosson Crow, Laddie John Dill, Timo Fahler, Kim Fisher and Florian Morlat, Honor Fraser, John Geresi, Jane Glassman, Kellie and Jeff Hepper, Cathy Konrad, Kelly Lamb, Alice Lodge, Jamie Manné, Yassi Mazandi, Shulamit Nazarian, Soraya Nazarian, Jason Olive, Kristi Paulson, Krista Raine, Dr. Bill Resnick and Michael J. Stubbs, Ronnie Rubin, Leslie Rubinoff, Ry Rocklen, Azadeh Shladovsky, and Billie Weisman.

A Laura Owens work of art at the auction.

The Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction, which hosted a community event at Google LA on Sunday, May 19, raised more than $1,000,000 in support of the Clinic’s mission to provide quality health care for people in need. The Venice Family Clinic funds quality health care services for 27,000 people in need at the Clinic’s 12 locations and through street medicine teams across Los Angeles regardless of income, insurance or immigration status.