Masters of the Universe Exhibit to Help Sick Kids Foundation

Masters of the Universe Help Sick Kids

It is no secret that Masters of the Universe was one of my favorite television shows growing up: He-Man was one of my heroes (and still is). So when one of my friends who works at the Hospital for Sick Children saw a posting for a new fundraising event where I could once again face my arch-enemy Skeletor, she had to pass it along.

Save by Art and the Sick Kids Foundation are hosting MOTU: The He-Man She-Ra Silent Auction and Exhibit at the Magic Pony Gallery, bringing together over 20 artists from around the world to share their Masters of the Universe-inspired art. All proceeds from the auction and exhibit will go to the Sick Kids Foundation.

The exhibit begins today and runs until Saturday, so be sure to check it out soon. The opening reception goes down tonight, and tickets are available at Magic Pony or at The Beguiling. See you there, By the Power of Greyskull!

MOTU: The He-Man She-Ra Silent Auction and Exhibit
Opening Reception
Thursday, March 29 @ 7pm
Magic Pony Gallery (694 Queen West)

Photo by Dunstan Orchard.


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