Art Explosion for Bristol Autism Project
Posted at 12:25 PM (PDT) on Saturday, March 24, 2012
Bristol mum Debbie Cogan is organising the Art Explosion, an art show and auction at the Centrespace Gallery (6 Leonard Lane, Bristol; behind 31 Corn St) featuring work by both celebrities and local artists to raise money for the Bristol Autism Project. The show will be open on Saturday and Sunday 28 and 29 April with an exclusive auction taking place at 6.30PM on the Saturday evening.
Sneak Peek of Gillian's contribution (actual size of her artwork is approximately 16" x 12")
Debbie was inspired to organise this event by her son James who has Aspergers, a complex part of the Autism spectrum. Hundreds of children in Bristol share the same diagnosis and the Bristol Autism Project gives them the opportunity to have fun and freedom in their childhood. It also offers a helpline enabling parents to talk to other parents and professionals.
The show will be open from 11.00AM until 5.00PM on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 April. Entry is free although donations will be greatly appreciated. There will be an opportunity to bid on items.
The auction will take place at 6.30PM on Saturday 28 April and will be attended by the Lord Mayor; this event is invitation only, please email email@example.com to register. There might be online bidding (details to be confirmed).
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