Artists, lovely humans and CALM ambassadors The Connor Brothers are joining forces with Bonhams London to auction some of their work in aid of CALM.
The art duo will be auctioning 12 unique prints at Bonhams, with all of the proceeds going to CALM. The prints will be sold without reserve and represent the 12 men that take their own lives every day in the UK. The auction also includes an exclusive print, limited to a run of 30, specially created by The Connor Brothers to raise funds for CALM .
Bonhams will be holding a private-invite evening drinks reception and preview of the print sale on 16th September, during which The Connor Brothers will participate in a panel discussion exploring art, expression and mental health. And here’s the fun part: you, trusty CALM supporter, can attend for free! Just RSVP to email@example.com by September 10th to get your name on the guestlist.
Bonhams + The Connor Brothers + CALM
Montpelier Street, London | 16 September 2019 | 6 – 8.30pm
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 10th
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On September 19th we are teaming up with @bonhams1793 @bonhamscontemporary in support of @calmzone and auctioning 12 unique prints with all of the proceeds going to support the life-saving work CALM does. The 12 prints will be sold without reserve and represent the 12 men who kill themselves in the UK every day. Bonhams will be holding an evening drinks reception and preview of their print sale on 16th September during which we will participate in a panel discussion alongside CALM. We will also be releasing a new print at the event in an edition of 30 with all proceeds going to CALM. To attend the event please rsvp to email@example.com
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