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Art Against Fracking Exhibition & Silent Auction

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Hornby Castle by Chas Jacobs
Hornby Castle by Chas Jacobs
Venue: 
WhaleTail Cafe, 78a Penny Street, Lancaster, LA1 1XN
Organisers: 
Lancaster Fights Fracking, Art Against Fracking,

Exhibition and Auction at The Whaletail café, from Monday 2 - Tuesday 31 October.

Local artists have donated various pieces to be included in a closed bid auction. All money raised will help with anti-fracking activism in Lancaster and beyond!

It's rare indeed to have the chance to see so many quality local artists featured together under one roof.
Gill Aitken, Carole Ashby, James Attwood, Colette Bain, Andrea Brook, Ali Brown, Bonnie Craig, Graham Dean, Patricia Haskey, Helene Hearn, Michael Hodgkins, Chas Jacobs, Hazel Leech, Jenny McCabe, Delcia McNeill, Sam Newby, Andrew Okey, Emma Roberts, Janet Robinson, Ruth Zanoni Roskell, Lynne Shaw, Lynn Snowdon, Paul Speight, Catriona Stamp, Melody Treasure, Suzee Tylee and Zannie have all donated their work, making the exhibition a landmark art event for Lancaster.

You can submit your bids to staff at the Whale Tail, or online via the LaFF Auction facebook page, where you can also see images of the artworks

Opening night Monday 2 October from 7 - 9pm with food and drinks and live music from local band Lost Youth AND the Whaletail's own Mr J G Ramsden.

Follow us on fb @ Lancaster Fights Fracking Art Auction

 

 

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