For the Silent Art collector in you

As we get older, movie posters of the once popular teen horror movie genre get replaced. Or at least they should ... shouldn't they?

In any case, on Sunday February 27, 2005, the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter (CCNCTO) and its youth committee the Monkey King Collective (MKC) will be having a silent art auction fundraiser for the Homeworkers' Association (HWA).

Held at XEXE Gallery, 624 Richmond St. West from 2 - 4 PM, City Councillor Olivia Chow will be the guest auctioneer during the live auction at 2:45 p.m.

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The auction will showcase a diversity of talented Canadian artists such as Alfred Ng, Doris Ha Lin Sung, Gellien Lai, Jai Wax, Katyuska Doleatto, Keith Sheppard, Kyla Brown, Lik Fong Ng, Lulu Tam, Marisa Swangha, Michael Bing Chu Lai, Nataliya Studenikin, Paul Portelli, Pui Tam, Robert Howieson, Sam Chow, Shirley Wang, Shlomit Segal, Kira Wu, Micky Chuang, Nigel Nolan, Jamie Bradbury.

For more information on the artists and their works, please click here.

I think the Scream poster that's been in my room since the 90s should be replaced.


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