Purchase Artwork at Seven Locations, Participate in Raffle and Silent Auction to Benefit Aunt Rita’s Foundation
(Phoenix, AZ)…Quan’tum Art, Inc. has organized an benefit on April 9, featuring the galleries in the Marshall Square district on the corner of Main and Marshall in Scottsdale. All will participate in raising funds for Aunt Rita’s Foundation, an organization aimed at increasing HIV education and awareness. From 1pm to 5pm, shop at any of the seven galleries and fifteen percent of proceeds will be donated. Also on that day, the public can bid on specific art pieces donated for a silent auction and raffle. Quan’tum Art, Inc. is located at 7077 E. Main Street, Suite 16, in Scottsdale's Art District. For more information visit www.quantumartinc.com or call 480.216.0450.
Along with Quan’tum Art, Inc., Leslie Sandbulte Art, Tilt Fine Art, Blink Gallery, Carstens Fine Art Studio and Gallery, Territorial Indian Arts & Antiques, Expressions and Cowboy Legacy Gallery are all participating in this Aunt Rita’s fundraising event. Quan’tum Art, Inc. will have an ongoing donation to the foundation from any sales whose purchaser comes in and says “I love Aunt Rita’s”…or a version of it!
Raffle tickets will be available for a pre-sale on March 15. Bidding on the silent auction items will be on April 9 only. Raffle tickets to be purchased for a specific piece that will be available to be seen online at http://www.quantumartinc.com/
Quan’tum Art, Inc. is the home to beautiful eclectic and modern works of art from artists Jacque Keller, John Gleason, Alvin Price and Suzanne Larson.
Quantum Art, Inc. opened its doors in Scottsdale, Arizona’s Old Town Art District on August 1, 2014. They exhibit eclectic, modern works from John Gleason, Jacque Keller and Suzanne Larson at 7077 E. Main Street, Suite 16, at the SW corner of Main and Marshall Way, Wednesday through Saturday. For hours as more information visit www.quantumartinc.com or call 480.216.0450.
Founded in 1989, Since 2005, Aunt Rita’s Foundation has granted over $1.5 million to its member agencies. Aunt Rita’s Foundation accomplishes this through direct public education and fundraising primarily through signature events SAVORlife and Arizona AIDS Walk & 5K Run. They raise monies for the agency through the RED Brunch – a World AIDS Day event and the Red Purse Club. Their statewide education about HIV/AIDS is provided through a website created by the agency, HIVAZ.ORG. For more information, visit www.auntritas.org or call 602-882-8675.