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ICA's 32nd Annual Art Exhibition and Auction Events
The ICA's Annual Auction Exhibition presents more than 175 works by some of the hottest emerging and established artists from across the country. Works on view and for sale in the auction gallery include paintings, sculpture, works on paper, mixed media, digital media and photography. All auction proceeds support the ICA's exhibitions and education programs.
September 29 - October 27, 2012Silent Auction:
Saturday, October 6. Free admission.Live Auction:
: Saturday, October 27. Admission to ticket holders only. Auction Tickets Now on Sale: $50: Silent Auction Bidder Card
The Silent Auction is free to attend. To bid in the Silent Auction, you must purchase a $50 bidder card.$100 p/person: Live Auction Gala
Admission to ticket holders only. $100 ticket includes Silent Auction bidder cardPURCHASE/RESERVE TICKETSOnline here
$150 p/person at the Live Auction door on Saturday, October 27 (subject to ticket availability)
By Phone: 408-283-8155
In person, at the gallery
NOTE: Current ICA members at the Friend level and above may reserve TWO complimentary tickets (valid for bidding in the Silent and Live Auctions and admission to Live Auction Gala). Complimentary tickets must be reserved by Fri, August 31st.
Artwork in the Auction Exhibition will be available for viewing online in early September. And back by popular demand, a free self-guided audio tour of the auction exhibition will be available through your mobile phone when you visit the gallery! The audio tour will include recordings by the exhibiting artists, offering insight into the works on view and for sale.
The 2012 Exhibition and Auction events are sponsored in part by AMP Printing + Design, Liquid Agency, PSRT and Testarossa Winery.
The ICA gratefully acknowledges support from the Adobe Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Endowment (an advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation), the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and members of the ICA. The ICA is also supported in part by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San Jose and by a grant from Arts Council Silicon Valley, in partnership with the County of Santa Clara and the California Arts Council.