Bushfire Relief Fundraiser
Like most of Australia we are saddened by the bushfires that are currently devastating the country.
Canberra Glassworks, along with the Kingston Arts Precinct Developer GEOCON, will be coming together as a community to help raise funds to support Animals Australia with their Bushfire Relief efforts.
5pm – 9pm, Saturday 22 February
Silent + Special Auctions
Bid to win amazing art, design or handcrafted items all for a good cause!
Including special auction with Tom Moore. Bid on original drawings and watch the drawings come to life during the event.
Silent Auction starts at 5pm and bidding closes at 8pm
All Bids Online Auction
Can’t make it on the night?
Our small online auction is now live on All Bids
Watch art made live!
Hotshop Demos by Tom Moore and team
Neon Demos by Harriet Schwarzrock, Jacqueline Knight & Tom Rowney
Engraving Demos by Peter Nillson
Shop a select range of handcrafted products from our retail store Gather, with 50% of each sale being donated.
Some products in store will have 100% of sales being donated to the fundraiser!
Chance your luck with our Lucky Marbles game.
$25 to play. 50 prizes to win.
All prizes are valued $50+
Make Your Own
First in best dressed, walk in Make Your Own sessions.
Limited Hotshop sessions to Make Your Own Paperweight starting from 5pm.
20 minute one-on-one session with teaching artist Robert Schwartz.
$80 per one-on-one session. 5 Sessions available.
Tile making sessions running through the night starting at 5:15pm and the last session starting at 8:15pm.
20 minute sessions with 8 places per session.
$30 per person.
Collectors Raffle #10
Peter Nilsson, Homage to Viktor (Shark hunter), 2017, Laminated, sculpted float glass with internal engraving
Valued at $4560
Tickets $10 each (total tickets 500)
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!
Raffle ticket sales will commence on 20 February 2020 and conclude on 31 March 2020 at 17:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.
Raffle will be drawn on 7 April 2020 at 12.pm, at Canberra Glassworks.
Enjoy an evening with friends and community. With wine, nibbles, and art.
We are providing support to expert wildlife vets to travel to fire-devastated areas – where they are helping any surviving animals, and ensuring local wildlife carers have the support and resources they need. We are also channelling much-needed funds directly to groups, vets and individuals helping animals in the hardest hit regions. We will also be assisting with the longer-term needs of affected wildlife, who have lost their habitats and their food source.
Ways to donate!
In addition to the event for the entirety of the weekend (22 – 23 February) our visitor donation boxes will be donated straight to the fundraiser.
We also will have Tap Point $4 donation spot in the Engine Room for the weekend.
During the event card donations of any amount can also be taken at the Reception desk.
Featured Image: Credit: Asanka Brendon Ratnayake for The New York Times