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Our Campaign Storyends 13 Nov 2016, 11:59 PM
Created specially for The Purple Parade 2016, these new, limited edition art prints by local artist and illustrator Soh Ee Shaun will help to raise funds for Very Special Arts Singapore, a local charity organisation dedicated to providing opportunities for people with disabilities to be involved in the arts.
For the past 23 years, VSA Singapore has been running successful art programmes, workshops, competitions and art exhibitions for the special needs community, creating awareness among members of the public of their immense talent and resilience.
Your kind purchase of these limited edition art prints will help fund and achieve VSA's goals and missions and aid their cause. Thank you for your kind support and donation!
About the Prints:
Each giclee print measures 50cm x 70cm, and comes printed on 310 gsm 100% archival-quality fine art paper, in a limited edition of 50 (signed and numbered by the artist). Prints are available for sale at SGD $200 each, and will come shipped and rolled in poster tube. All proceeds will go to VSA. Please email [email protected] with your name, address, screenshot of your donation amount and choice of print (1, 2, or 3). Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
About The Artist:
Soh Ee Shaun (b. 1980) is a Singaporean artist and illustrator. He is an Asian Kinetic Artist for Tiger Translate 2007, and was also featured in 20/20 BASE, an exhibition celebrating 20 of Singapore's most creative talents, under the Singapore Design Festival 2007.
About The Charity
Every donation will help a person with disabilities to enrol in VSA, a local charity organization dedicated for the past 25 years to providing opportunities for people with disabilities to be involved in the arts. For some of our beneficiaries, participating in VSA art programmes is their only form of "formal" education. For others, art could be the only "hope" for livelihood.
The future of a person with disabilities is in your hands!
Would you be willing to make a special year-end donation of $50, $100 or whatever you can afford to help us meet our goal and provide lifelong learning for people with disabilities?
Your generous donations would go a long way in helping us fund our arts programmes to support and empower persons with disabilities. It will also qualify for 250% tax deduction.