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ZCAF SILENT AUCTION FUNDRAISER EVENT
To Support ZCAF's Hands' on Workshop (HOW) Programs

Sunday, May 75:00-8:00 pm
At the Washington Ethical Society
7750 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20012  

Auction items include original artworks and prints, 
spa treatments, legal services, restaurant certificates, gift cards, and much more. 

 
Don't miss out!... ONLINE ART AUCTION ongoing from now until May 7, 3:00 pm est

Auction item images, Top row l-r: Sailor's Sunset by Susan Klebanoff, Three White Roses in a Pasta Jar, Resting on Books by Ibrihim, Good Girl Gets a Lollipop by Cassandra Gillens, Send in the Clouds by Michael Young. Bottom  row l-r: Rock Creek Park Near Tilden by Richard Fitzhugh,  Bridging Troubled Waters by Richard Binder, Love in the Middle Ages by Stephen Hansen.

 Images l-r top: Twist #2 by Paul Martin Wolff, Radio Flyer by Katharine Owens, Levanter by Joan Konkel, Precious Cargo by Julie Girardini, Speed of Light by Philip Hazard,  Reveille by Gavin Sewell.  Bottom row l-r:  Small Notes-Andantino by Ellen Sinel, Ruminations by Anne Marchand, Lost in the Jungle I by Francesca Britton, Hot Toddy by Joyce Zipperer, Cherry Silhouette by Liz Ashe.

 
Food provided by CUBA CUBA Gallery Cafe. 

Honorary Chairpersons: Ward 4 Councilman, Brandon Todd, and Councilman At-Large, Robert White
Hosted by Ron Nessen, who served as White House Press Secretary for President Gerald Ford, 1974-1977
Guest Speakers: Kay Kendall, Chairman of the D.C. Arts Commission, and
                               Linda Donovan Harper, Board President of the D.C. Education Collaborative

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ZCAF fosters alliances between artists, businesses, and government agencies such as: District of Columbia Commission for the Arts and Humanities, the District of Columbia Public Schools/Out of School Time Programs, and the
District of Columbia Office of Youth Programs, Department of Employment Services.

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ZCAF forms meaningful partnerships with other non-profits such as: The DC Arts Studios,
The Black Artists of DC, & by participating as members of nationally recognized organizations such as Americans for the Arts.