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The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
231 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8
Party for social good on Wednesday May 24 2017 at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. A celebration of volunteer work and emerging contemporary art.
Bid your volunteer time on incredible original art, dance like everyone's watching, drink your favourite libations, eat all the treats, mingle with the most innovative non profits and charities, meet the amazing artists shaping the future of Canadian Art, explore our artist workshop to see just what it takes to create, and don't forget to get your raccoon portrait.
More details to come.
What is Timeraiser?
Timeraiser is a party for social good, supporting artists and nonprofits. Here’s your chance to kickstart your art collection by giving back to your community. Bid volunteer time, not dollars, for original art by emerging Canadian artists. Bidding starts at 20 hours and maxes out at 150 hours. If a piece you love reaches 150 hours, anyone can match that bid and we’ll draw a winner at random from the max bids once the auction ends.
If you win, you have one year to finish volunteer hours and claim your piece of art. The best part? Volunteer with any nonprofit(s) you choose! Download the Timeraiser app to keep track of all your volunteer hours and send them directly to us!
This event sells out every year. Don’t miss out and get your tickets early!
Timeraiser150 is a Canada 150 Signature Project supporting emerging Canadian artists and nonprofit organizations.
Music by Matthew Romeo @itsmatthewromeo
Artist Habitats with Live Art Activations
The Artist Habitats at Timeraiser150 Toronto are an interactive showcase of multi disciplinary local and emerging artists. Step into, take part of, or observe the creative process behind some extremely skilled illustrators, painters, sculptors, digital designers, photographers, makers, and performers. Witness just what it takes to create incredible works of art.
Jonathan Edwin Simpson
Emily May Rose