Topeka, Kan. - The Friends of the Mulvane Art Museum (FOMAM) will host a virtual fine art auction to benefit Washburn University’s Mulvane Art Museum May 31 to June 4. A livestream event will showcase the work of the Mulvane and the artworks up for auction on Friday, June 4 at 6:00 p.m.

     The event, 100 minus 3: Mulvane Art Auction 2021, will feature artworks by two dozen artists—some who are favorites from the annual Mulvane Art Fair, along with some new names. Participants will have an opportunity to bid on the artworks, along with a few art-related packages.

     Participating artists include: Kim Casebeer, George Mayfield, Barbara Waterman-Peters, John Holcomb, Cally Krallman, Matthew Richter, Jenny Meyer-McCall, Stephen Smith, Jenny Bullard, Aisha Imani Sanaa, Angie Pickman, Becky Drager, Cristine Sundquist, Douglas Sheafor, Chris Coffey, Matthew Sherman, Alex Burke, Larry Peters, Cynthia Stotler-Hedberg, and Dana Echols.

     Artists participating in the auction are donating all, or a portion of, the proceeds to the Mulvane Art Museum to fund educational art programs and exhibitions that benefit the Washburn University, Topeka/Shawnee County and northeast Kansas area communities.

     The artwork up for auction will be available for viewing in person in the Rita Blitt Gallery at 17th and Jewell starting May 14 and on the auction website starting May 24. Bidding starts May 31 and ends June 4 at 8:00 p.m. For more information visit mulvaneartmuseum.org.

     The 100 minus 3: Mulvane Art Auction 2021 livestream event will be streamed on the Mulvane Art Museum’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z13bWP8Fc58 on Friday, June 4 at 6:00 p.m.

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For further information: Connie Gibbons, Director Mulvane Art Museum 17th & Jewell Streets Topeka, KS 66621 Office: 785-670-1124 OR Joy Bailes Washburn University Assistant Director of Public Relations Office: 785-670-2153 Cell: 785-230-1648 Email: joy.bailes@washburn.edu
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