At ‘Got Art?’ Everyone Gets Art! (330 words)
Art League of Hilton Head’s annual fundraising benefit, Got Art?, makes collectors out of art enthusiasts. Each $100 ticket provides participation in the live Zoom drawing and guarantees one original piece of art. Only 100 tickets will be sold. This popular event is sure to be a sellout!
Artwork donated by Art League member artists may include paintings, drawings, photography, collage, jewelry, ceramic, and sculpture. Each piece of art is valued at $200 or more.
What makes this event exciting is that ticket holder’s names are selected at random. This allows each person to select one piece of art. You never know when your name will be called or which pieces will still be available when it’s your turn to choose. Got Art? always proves to be a lively event!
Event: Thursday, October 1, starting at 6pm. When your name is drawn, choose an original piece of art. Everybody is a winner!
FREE PUBLIC PREVIEW:
See the artwork in person at Art League Gallery. More than 100 Got Art? artworks will be on display at Art League Gallery September 29 – October 1, from 10am-4pm. Make a list of your top favorites to prepare for the live Zoom event on October 1, 6-7:30pm.
The artwork will also be viewed online on our Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ArtLeagueHiltonHead/) and our website (www.artleaguehhi.org).
All artwork may be picked up from the gallery the Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 2, 3 and 4, following the event during our business hours Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 12-4pm.
Purchase a $100 ticket. Visit www.artleaguehhi.org/gotart or call (843) 681-5060. Tickets also available at Art League Gallery and Art League Academy.
Only 100 tickets will be sold. You must have a ticket to participate in the live Zoom event. Each ticket awards one piece of art.
Art League of Hilton Head Gallery located mid-island, inside Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 14 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head Island, 843.681.5060, www.artleaguehhi.org
Above: ‘Bewitched Bird of Paradise’ by Peg Weschke and ‘Spring Morning’ by Wendy Steed