Lawley Art Auction this Saturday 10 June

From 5pm, Saturday 10 June, Perth’s in-crowd will be arriving at Mount Lawley Senior High School for an evening of art and culture like no other.

The 2017 Lawley Art Auction will showcase an exquisite and diverse range of artworks produced by emerging and established WA artists with the aim to raise funds for the school’s arts programs.

Now entering its 14th year, the Lawley Art Auction has become one of the flagship fundraising events on the Perth arts calendar. In 2017, organisers have stepped it up a gear, with students from the WA Youth Culinary team ready to serve up their own artistic and delectable creations to a hungry crowd.

With a truly diverse collection of artworks for sale from 88 artists across Perth and regional areas, the Lawley Art Auction is sure to attract an enthusiastic bidding audience on the lookout for original work from local artists at competitive prices.

The Lawley Art Auction catalogue is available to view online at also to purchase for $5 on auction night. Please click here to see a map with parking information. Guides will be on hand to direct you to the venue in the Senior School Building.

Come and enjoy a fabulous evening of fine art with professional auctioneer Matt Donnelly, live music, delicious food & drinks, raffle, silent auction and the inauguration of The Irving Gallery which will have works of art for sale.

This June, when the hammer goes down at 7pm, the phrase ‘taking in some art’ takes on a whole new (and literal) meaning. EFTPOS facilities will be available, however bring change for raffles and gold coin donation for tea or coffee with a sweet treat.

Look forward to seeing you there!

View the artworks which will be priced and available for sale in the Irving gallery on 10 June.

View the artworks which will be part of the live auction on 10 June.

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