CAP’S ART AUCTION & AFTER PARTY IS AN IMPORTANT PIECE OF PORTLAND HISTORY, WE’D LIKE YOU TO JOIN US AS THE LOCAL ART COMMUNITY BANDS TOGETHER TO FIGHT BACK AGAINST HIV.
ARTWORK DONATION PROCESS
All art is dropped off during art intake weekend, March 9th & 10th.
Individual Artists: Your artwork should be brought directly to the art donation space for jury review.
Drop-off Location: 2010 SE 8th Ave. Portland, OR 97214
Drop-off Times: March 9th & 10th from 10am – 3pm.
Gallery Represented Artists: Art Work Fine Art Services will pick-up art from your gallery and deliver to art donation space. Artwork must be ready for pick-up at your gallery no later than 5pm on Wednesday, March 6th
- Each piece of artwork must be submitted with an accompanying Art Donation Form. Accurate and complete contact information must be provided above to ensure timely notification.
- All artwork should be framed and ready to hang, with correct hanging apparatus. Note: Artwork-hanging device ideally not be saw-tooth hangers.
- Pieces submitted should be no larger than 48” x 48” and weigh no more than 50 pounds (excludes sculpture). Note: Please contact CAP at firstname.lastname@example.org if your piece exceeds this size or weight.
- Only one submission may be made per artist.
- Artwork must be original; giclées, reproduction posters, and other reproduction items cannot be accepted.
Insurance is maintained on all art in CAP possession until sold or returned to artist/gallery.
A donation receipt will be mailed to you after the auction. Not all submissions will be accepted for auction, artists will be notified of selection no later than March 30th. If your art is not juried-in, you may donate it directly to CAP or you may retrieve it.
A maximum of 170 pieces of art are selected for auction. All artwork is juried with the goal of displaying professional high quality, well-crafted art of diverse media.
Selected art will be published online with features periodically through social media. Live Auction work will appear in a printed catalog at the Patron Dinner. If you are a gallery-represented artist, and five or more artists contribute from the gallery that represents you, your art will be displayed at the event together with prominent signage for the gallery.
If you have any questions contact Keith Marker, Development Associate, at 503.278.3858 or email@example.com.
We appreciate your consideration and want you to know that with funds raised from the Art Auction, CAP continues to offer essential services for our community.
The 2019 Art Auction Curator this year is Meagan Atiyeh. Meagan Atiyeh is a Portland-based curator and writer. She manages visual arts and Art in Public Places programs for the Oregon Arts Commission. As such, she has acquired and commissioned new works from both local and international artists and stewarded a collection of 2,000+ objects in Oregon’s statewide collection. Prior to joining the Arts Commission, Meagan served in several positions at the Portland Art Museum’s Northwest Film Center, including director of the Northwest Film & Video Festival. Atiyeh regularly organizes and collaborates on independent projects, most recently with Converge 45 as co-chair of the Curatorial Committee, and as co-curator of ALL RISE, a two-year program of art and performance in Seattle, WA, which mounted projects by artists from the Pacific Northwest, Los Angeles, New York and London. Atiyeh has served on the boards of the University of Oregon Architecture & Allied Arts and as founding board member of Disjecta Contemporary Art Center. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Writing, Literature and the Arts from Eugene Lang College of The New School for Liberal Arts in New York.