'HOME SLICE' Online Auction in support of The Bethany Christian Trust

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Welcome to my online auction in support of The Bethany Christian Trust, Edinburgh!

 On January 28th Civerinos in Edinburgh will kingly be opening up its doors to the public, hosting a pop-up exhibition event for a number of talented emerging local artists. The exhibition is happening during the interim of Civerinos new restaurant opening, within the refurbishment period on Forrest Road in the city centre. As part of this pop-up event I am fundraising to support a great local charity, The Bethany Christian Trust, who work with homeless and vulnerable people in Edinburgh. For more information on the work of charity please visit their website: http://www.bethanychristiantrust.com/

Additionally, to find out more about Civerinos and their story, please visit: http://www.civerinos.com/

 There are a host of delightful things to be snapped up, all of which have been generously donated by the artists participating in the exhibition and additionally contributed from other local companies and individuals.

 For more information about the exhibition event in Edinburgh, please visit the Facebook events page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1292359000828192/?notif_t=plan_user_associated¬if_id=1485281665907331

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Lunch with Wine for 2 @ CIVERINOS
£ 60
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C Type Hand Colour Print by Cora Ogborn James
£ 22
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Painting by Yolanda McKean
£ 15
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2x tickets : Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox!
£ 7
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1 Hour Maths Tutoring
£ 68
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Painting by Hannah Ustun
£ 30
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Complimentary Pass for 4 to Camera Obscura
£ 21
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4 x Complimentary Filmhouse Cinema Tickets
£ 29
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Mat InkJet Prints by Joe Glover
£ 28
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Introduction to Black & White Analogue Photography
£ 6
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Serle, EP by Josh Fuchs!
£ 14
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Artist Book: Megan Hampton, "Call To Mind" (2015)
£ 45
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Cut & Blow-Dry with at Medusa Grassmarket
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2 x Tickets - Sacred Paws+Spinning Coin+The Doozer
£ 34
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Framed Digital Fibre Gloss Print by Luke Edwards
£ 27
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Mounted Mono-print by Hannah Ustun
£ 65
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Painting by Ed Compson
£ 51
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Set of 3 Concrete Bowls, Mixed sizes
£ 30
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Matt InkJet Print by Joe Glover
£ 34
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Risograph Print by George Douglas
£ 35
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Cinnamon Bun Baking Lesson with Hedda Bjordal
£ 32
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Silk-Screen Print by George Douglas
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Risograph Print by George Douglas
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Matt InkJet Print by Joe Glover
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