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Auction of Artwork by Brazillian Youth

The Anglican Diocese of Wellington and Christian World Service bring you an auction of artwork by young people in Wellington & girls from the House of Passage, Recife, Brazil. We would love you to publicise this event anyway that you can!

Details are as follows (and are also on the poster attached to this email):

To view the artwork and to bid in person come down to Thistle Hall, 293 Cuba Street, Wellington on Monday 25th September - Thursday 28th September. The gallery is open from 9am - 5pm each day. To bid online go to (from Sat 23 September) www.anglicanyouthwellington.org.nz

All proceeds from the artwork sold go to the House of Passage, which brings hope to vulnerable girls in Recife, Brazil.

Opening drinks and nibbles are on Monday at 5:30pm. Closing drinks and nibbles are on Thursday at 5:30pm.

For more info on the House of Passage go to www.cws.org.nz

www.anglicanyouthwellington.org.nz

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ART AUCTION
artwork by young people in New Zealand & girls from House of Passage, Brazil

Held at Thistle Hall Art Gallery, 293 Cuba St, Wellington

Opening drinks & nibbles
Monday 25th September at 5.30pm

Closing drinks & nibbles
Thursday 28th September at 5:30pm

View artwork & bid in person
from 9am – 5pm at Thistle Hall
on Monday 25th - Thursday 28th September

BIDS CLOSE AT 4PM on THURSDAY 28th

All proceeds from the artwork sold will go to House of Passage which brings hope to vulnerable girls in Brazil

to bid online go to www.trademe.co.nz & enter
search word: “House of Passage Art Auction”

for more info about the auction go to www.anglicanyouthwellington.org.nz
for more info on House of Passage go to www.cws.org.nz


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