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2022 Art Auction

to benefit the 27th Annual Exhibition of Artists in Michigan Prisons
Saturday, December 3, 2022
6:30-9:30 PM
Courtyard Michigan Union Map
Join us in-person Saturday, December 3rd, at the Michigan Union - Courtyard (530 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109) for the Prison Creative Arts Project's 2022 Art Auction.

Set an alarm! The silent auction will begin online on Thursday, December 1st at 7:00pm: https://pcapartauction2022.ggo.bid

This event raises funds to support the 27th Annual Exhibition of Artists in Michigan Prisons (March 21st - April 4th), where 700+ pieces of art created by incarcerated artists will be exhibited at the University of Michigan's North Campus for public viewing & purchase.

The auction will feature artwork by artists in the Linkage Community, currently incarcerated artists, PCAP curators, University of Michigan faculty, and local artists.

6:30 pm Cocktail Reception, Silent Auction
7:30 pm Live Auction

The silent auction will be BOTH in-person & virtual. The LIVE auction will be in-person ONLY

We will be utilizing mobile-bidding, so have your smartphone handy & charged.
No smartphone? No problem! Assistance will be available at the event and desktops can also be used for online participants.

Want to skip the line? Pre-register ahead of time: https://pcapartauction2022.ggo.bid

The University of Michigan College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) greatly values inclusion and access for all. We are pleased to provide reasonable accommodations to enable your full participation in this event. Please contact Sarah Unrath at saraheve@umich.edu if you would like to request disability accommodations or have any questions or concerns. We ask that you provide advance notice to ensure sufficient time to meet requested accommodations.
Building: Michigan Union
Website:
Event Type: Social / Informal Gathering
Tags: Activism, art, Community Engagement, Criminal Justice, Diversity, Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Exhibition, Food, Free, Incarceration, mass incarceration, prison issues, Social Work, Virtual, visual arts
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Prison Creative Arts Project, The, Residential College