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SolidaARiTy Movement Hosts Online Art Auction to Benefit Social Justice and Health Non-Profits Through 10/24

Written by Good Black News

October 22, 2020

[Artists Isis Dua and Candyce Fabre: Photos via funddeed.com/solidarity]

The SolidARiTy movement includes over 20 artists who are creating thought-provoking pieces as a fundraiser and art auction that will benefit Claris Health and the Social Justice Learning Institute, both Los Angeles-based 501c3 nonprofits serving the most vulnerable and at-risk people in the area.

The fundraiser is online now at https://funddeed.com/solidarity and the art auction is live now thru October 24th at https://supportsolidarity.com.

The pieces will be available for viewing all that week at Resin Gallery in Hermosa Beach via scheduled appointment for safe social distance measures. Contact Resin Gallery at 831.601.8137 or email [email protected]

SolidARiTy was organized by South Bay residents Janne Kouri and Chad Drew, with support from South Bay Artist Collective member Wendy Stillman and founder Rafael McMaster.

There are more than 25 unique pieces being created and auctioned, from artists including world renowned photographers Bo Bridges and Brent Broza, encaustic artist Sabrina Armitage, and popular contemporary artists including, Drica Lobo, Wendy Stillman, Daniel Maltzman, JaniceSchultz, Candyce Fabre, Vienna Pitts, Rafael McMaste, Isis Dua, Ms. Yellow, MCHS Student Charlie Kwon, and more.

About the benefiting nonprofits: 

Claris Health https://www.clarishealth.org/ – Claris Health’s mission from the start has been to equip and care for individuals and their families, before, during, and after pregnancy and sexual-health choices. 

Social Justice Learning Institute https://sjli.org/ – SJLI is dedicated to improving the education, health and well-being of youth and communities of color by empowering them to enact social change through research, training and community mobilization. 

Original article source: https://goodblacknews.org/2020/10/22/solidaarity-movement-hosts-online-art-auction-to-benefit-social-justice-and-health-non-profits-through-10-24/ | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council

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