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Santa Fe Artists’ Medical Fund Online Auction

July 18 @ 6:00 am - July 25 @ 12:00 am


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The Santa Fe Artists’ Medical Fund announces its first-ever online auction, starting Sunday, July 18 at 6 a.m., ending Sunday, July 25, at midnight. On auction will be paintings and artworks previously donated to the Santa Fe Artists’ Medical Fund, along with pieces recently gifted to the organization. The Santa Fe Artists’ Medical Fund provides financial assistance to visual artists residing in northern New Mexico, whether working or retired, who have need for medical care or services, but cannot afford them. Support the Arts and artists, by accessing the auction here. For more information, email [email protected].


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