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Event Posted Thursday October 29, 2020

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November 13 - December 20

Art$Pay & Farwell4Hire Together!



Get excited for incredible art from some of the region's most talented practitioners AND shop for a good cause! The Art$Pay artists are teaming up with Farwell4Hire and raising money for Cystic Fibrosis.

This year Art$Pay is taking our Annual Member Show in a new direction - a unique two part event designed in response to the pandemic and with something for everyone.

Part One will be totally virtual so you can enjoy the art from the comfort of your home. We’ll be turning the Art$Pay website homepage into a virtual shopping catalogue of our members’ original art, including an online silent auction and art picks from these well-known people in our community …

Neil Aitchison, Drayton actor, local MC

Jane Arnold, SVP Board Member Alumni Investee SHORE Centre, passionate supporter of the local arts

Heidi Balsillie, Community Philanthropist

Cathy Brothers, CEO, Capacity Canada

Glodeane Brown, General Manager, CAFKA; Founder & Editor, Culture Fancier

Wendi Campbell, CEO, Food Bank of Waterloo Region

Karen Coviello, CEO, HabitatWR

Bob Egan, former Blue Rodeo musician; Film, Music and Interactive Media Officer at City of Kitchener

Mike Farwell, Talk Show Host, 570 News

Scott Higgins, President, HIP Developments

Valerie Hill, former Reporter, The Waterloo Region Record

Tim Jackson, President, CEO, Shad Canada; Co-founder of SVP Waterloo Region

Mayor Dave Jaworsky, City of Waterloo

Alex Kinsella, Founder and Principal, Kinsell Marketing; Author, Blogger

Iain Klugman, CEO, Communitech Corporation

Bryce Kraeker, President, KWAG Board of Directors; Partner, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP, Kitchener

Anne Lavender, Executive Director, Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation

Jeff MacIntyre, Community Arts Supporter

David Marskell, CEO, THEMUSEUM

Fauzia Mazhar, Executive Director, Coalition of Muslim Women

Jacqui Murphy, Art Allies, former owner; Chief Marketing Officer at Auvik Networks Inc.

John Neufeld, Executive Director, House of Friendship

Steven Preece, Founder, Jazz Room, Professor, Wilfrid Laurier University

Gerry Remers, former President and COO, Christie Digital Systems

Ken Seiling, former Chair, Region of Waterloo

Tracy Van Kalsbeek, Executive Director, UpTown Waterloo Business Improvement Area

Angela Vieth, Councillor, City of Waterloo

Juneyt Yetkiner, Musician

Carl Zehr, former Mayor, City of Kitchener

Part Two continues with an exhibition of artwork priced at $500 and under at the Gallery at 52 Regina St. N. Waterloo, opening Thursday December 3 in time for seasonal shopping; perfect for finding great gifts. Visit the Art$Pay homepage for a video tour of the work on display with art consultant Joanne Poluch, Remarque Art Consulting and to enjoy a virtual shopping expedition in the gallery with actor Neil Aitchison! Drop by during open gallery hours or book a private appointment to view the show.

Part One On-line Juried Show & Sale at https://artspay.org/ begins at 6 pm November 13 to November 29

Part Two Show & Sale in The Gallery at 52 Regina St. N., Waterloo opens on Thursday Dec. 3 until Sunday December 20

Free art delivery in Waterloo Region!

Full details coming soon at https://artspay.org/ and https://www.kwcf.ca/farwell4hire

Art$Pay Contact - Cathy Farwell info@artspay.org

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Farwell4Hire is a fundraising campaign created in memory of Luanne and Sheri Farwell, two young women who died of cystic fibrosis. Luanne and Sheri’s brother, Mike Farwell, hires himself for odd jobs in exchange for a donation to cystic fibrosis research. Since 2014, Waterloo Region has raised more than $600,000 through the Farwell4Hire campaign, and is recognized as one of the top fundraising communities in Canada.

Art$Pay is a non-profit, artist-run regional visual arts organization of over 160 members, with a mission to connect visual art practitioners with opportunities, community, and advocate for fair pay.









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