Image by Rachel Morley
In the face of ongoing tragedy and devastation, there is hope in repair and regeneration. We are grateful to the firefighters who work tirelessly to protect our communities, to the first responders and volunteers who are caring for displaced people and animals, and to every person who is fighting for change.
NOIR Darkroom invites you to join artists and our communities for our Bushfire Relief Exhibition. Repair and regeneration will take years of work and a massive amount of money – we are grateful to the artists who are donating their time and work to help us raise that money.
All funds raised from sales of artwork and raffle tickets will be donated. Donations will be split between two causes: the GoFundMe campaign set up by Neil Morris to raise money for affected First Nations communities, and Wildlife Victoria, which will distribute much-needed funds to shelters across fire-ravaged regions.
First Nations Fire Relief: https://au.gofundme.com/f/fire-relief-fund-for-first-nations-communities
Wildlife Victoria: https://www.wildlifevictoria.org.au/donate/donate-to-wildlife-victoria
This exhibition will run for ONE night only, on Thursday January 30 from 7-10 pm at NOIR Darkroom in Coburg. There will be a digital catalogue available listing artwork details and reserve prices. Works will be sold on the night through a silent auction or raffle tickets, with last bids called at 9.30 pm.
Any works not sold on the night will be available to purchase via email at the reserve price for one week (until February 6). Please consult the online catalogue for unsold works, and email firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries and purchases.