Adelaide Fringe 15 Feb – 17 March 2019, held for the duration of Fringe
Opening Night & Auction
Date: Tuesday 19 February
Venue: The Whitmore (TBC)
Auction: The major pieces being created by Kahika Art and Scott Eames (see below) will be auctioned off with all proceeds going to the respective charity.
80% of sales will go to the artist with the remainder being divided between the four charities
100% of sculpture sales from the auction will go to each of the charities
Sculptures will be created by Artists Scott Eames and Kahika Art and filmed by Real Deal Productions.
There will be three sculptures of individuals to portray, not only the form, energy, and emotion of the sitter but their story. Created by Scott Eames, the three sculptures will be:
There will be one large wall sculpture depicting the unity of community, created by Kahika Art and representing Baptist Care.
These sculptures will be auctioned on the opening night with 100% of the proceeds going to the respective charity and will remain on display during Fringe.
Real Deal Productions will film the sitters being sculptured while they share their story. It will also feature backgrounds of the individual artists and the two coming together for the Art of Being Human. The result is a heartfelt documented experience of the humans in and behind the art.
Screening: The film will be shown at Mercury Cinema at the end of Fringe, Thursday, March 14th