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24th Annual Bolinas Museum Benefit Art Auction

Join us for our largest and most important fundraiser of the year

and one of West Marin's most highly regarded events!


Live music by High Tide Collective
Wines Courtesy Idell Family Vineyards
Catering by Pamela Ferrari

This fun-filled evening begins with a social cocktail hour before the main event -- the live auction with master auctioneer Mark Buell presiding!

Featuring art generously donated by a diverse selection of Coastal Marin and Bay Area artists and galleries, there is sure to be something for everyone!
The silent auction also includes many unique experiences and offerings from Marin and beyond.

Following the auction, enjoy exceptional locally--sourced fare and lively music under the stars
during the post auction party!

Please join us in collecting the art of Coastal Marin and more! 

Your generous support benefits both the Bolinas Museum and our outstanding artistic community.

TICKETS AVAILABLE

HERE

or call (415) 868-8809

Early Bird Tickets Through August 26

$100 Members / $125* General Admission

August 27 - September 9

$125 Members / $150* General Admission

Auction Day, September 10

$150 at the door for all

Members

A special email with your code to access discounted member priced tickets
is being sent separately. Check your inbox! 

Don't forget to RSVP by August 26 to take advantage of Early Bird tickets! 

LIVE AUCTION ARTISTS

Sharon Beals | Pegan Brooke | Charlie Callahan | Squeak Carnwath | Russell Chatham | Ron Church | Christin Coy | Curtis Fields | Jon Francis | Benicia Gantner | David Lance Goines | Michael Gregory | Elia Haworth | Lloyd Kahn | Tom Killion | Michael Knowlton | Richard Lindenberg | Chrystal Liu | Jay Nelson| Barry McGee | Arthur Okamura | Barbara Ravizza | Clare Rojas | Michael Sell | Rob Setrakian | Richard Shaw | Whiting Tennis | Dieter Tremp | Valentin Popov | Mary Wagstaff | Wanxin Zhang | Chris Whitefield | Ido Yoshimoto | & others!

 

Earlier Event: August 15
“B Street Saloons of the 1800s”