Through art, we can change the world
Twitter Art Exhibit
#TAE21 One Day Sale:
Date: 3 July, 2021
Venue: Cheltenham Racecourse, Hall of Fame Entrance.
To Benefit The Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund – LINC
TAE21 online sale has now closed.
Thank you to everyone who supported TAE21 this year!
A record breaking £20,934 was raised for LINC!
We look forward to welcoming you back for next year for TAE22!
WE'VE ANNOUNCED WHERE TAE22 WILL TAKE PLACE!
Twitter Art Exhibit
#TwitterArtExhibit uses social media and public engagement to generate income for charities and nonprofit organizations. In the past, #TwitterArtExhibit has generated funds for a library suffering from deep funding cuts to purchase much-needed children’s books, for an abused women’s shelter seeking to improve the lives of the families they serve, and for an arts organization mentoring underprivileged young adults in preparation for careers in the visual arts.
Artists worldwide donate postcard-sized, handmade original artwork to the TAE
TwitterArtExhibit organizes a local, physical showcasing of the art.
The public is invited to buy the art at an affordable, flat price.
This provides artists with new exhibition opportunities, new audiences and benefactors, and appeals to art enthusiasts all over the world
Wish to help us?
Following @twitrartexhibit on Twitter, promoting the idea and engaging with us.
Following the #TAE21 hashtag.
Retweeting our posts and sharing with your followers.
Following this site to learn of upcoming Twitter Art Exhibits.
Liking our Facebook page and engaging with our community
Crafting and donating an original piece of art.
Volunteering to help the local committee.
Attending an exhibit near you.
Buying the artwork.
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The Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund
The Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund (LINC) is a local charity that supports patients and families fighting blood cancer. They try to be their lifeline by offering emotional support, their relief by providing financial grants, their comfort by funding extras for the isolation side rooms, and the breakthrough by funding research into potential new treatments.