The public around the region will have many opportunities to see the BraveArt works before they go under the hammer of auctioneer Euon Morrell from Tommy's on August 21.
It is a vital aspect of the project - to allow the public to see the torsos of ten breast cancer survivors and how they have been transformed into stunning artworks. One of the objectives of the BraveArt project is to celebrate the courage of the CanSurvive team, with the beauty of art. This goal is being fulfilled.
Great interest has been generated in the local media, so now it is important to let the public see these unique artworks first-hand. Seven different locations have been generously offered for the torsos to be on display.
These spread from the Kapiti Coast and Upper Hutt, to Lower Hutt, Porirua and Wellington.
Galleries, Library space and even Kirkcaldies Department Store have made space available.
See: Exhibitions page for details of where to see BraveArt.
BraveArt NZ email@example.com