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Renowned Artists Unite to Fight Bowel Cancer

Renowned Artists Unite to Fight Bowel Cancer

Renowned New Zealand artists are helping to raise awareness of New Zealand’s most common cancer during Bowel Cancer Awareness month.

By turning their artistic talents to the humble chair, a symbol used to represent the diverse range of New Zealanders affected by Bowel Cancer, they have created unique and diverse works of art.

The art chairs will be exhibited and then auctioned on Trademe to raise money and awareness for Bowel Cancer New Zealand.

Be the first to see these unique art pieces unveiled at an exclusive event.

When: Thursday 2nd June
5:45pm for 6:15pm - 8pm
Where: Allpress Studio, 8 Drake Street, Auckland 1010

Refreshments will be provided.

ENDS

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