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Artists Join to Help Ukraine

Sat, 04/16/2022 - 11:41
Christa Maiwald's "Bang Bang," a digital photograph, is part of the benefit auction and will be shown at Sara Nightingale Gallery on April 30.

The Church has organized an art auction to benefit Ukraine. The Sag Harbor arts and community center has mobilized more than 100 artists to donate works for Razom, which is providing urgently needed medical supplies to treat those affected by the Russian invasion. All proceeds will benefit the organization. 

The Church notes that the recipient is "an organization that directly supports Ukraine and is recommended by The Washington Post, Financial Times, WNYC, and many other news outlets."

The works will be on display at The Church and galleries in Sag Harbor such as Grenning, Keyes Art, Romany Kramoris, and Sara Nightingale on April 30 from noon to  6 p.m. with a reception at The Church from 4 to 6. Bidding will continue through April 30

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