Friday, November 7, 2008

Give A Fig Benefit Auction!

Save the date.... [Saturday, Dec. 6]

Please join us for Les Figues 2nd annual "Give A Fig" benefit auction, hosted by Les Figues with emcees Matias Viegener and Ali Liebegott. 


This year's theme is Community Supported Art-n-Culture. Just like the small farms that grow nourishing & delicious produce through the support of individuals who buy an annual share (or CSA) of that year’s yield, Les Figues makes nutritious & delicious literature through the community support of people like you.

Saturday, Dec. 6

Reception 7.00pm | Program begins 7.30pm

Where: Les Figues Headquarters in West Adams (RSVP by email for the address)

Admission: $15-$25 suggested donation
Please RSVP (info@lesfigues.com)

The evening will include live auctions, silent auctions, performances, food and drinks. This year's auctions will feature:

• Membership to The Museum of Jurassic Technology
• 5 page static site by Allison Carter
• Wine tasting for two at Silverlake Wine
• Gift certificates from Skylight Books and Brand Bookshop
• Three day writer's retreat at Joshua Tree
• Signed children's book for adults by Flint
• Small press/zine basket
• Palm reading by Bhanu Kapil
• Customized song that only you are allowed to listen to from Eric Lindley
• Slim painting by Ali Liebegott
• Consultation with a librarian/archivist who will assist you with developing an intellectual scheme for the management of your personal collections (all formats) by Joe Milazzo
• 2 pairs of Redcat tickets
• Cat behavior consultation
• Haircut at Purple Circle
• Commissioned reading from Vanessa Place
• Jasmine Blue Flower gift certificate for a floral arrangement
• Letter of advice from Anna Joy Springer
• Signed books
• Original artwork by Stephanie Taylor, Molly Corey, Marcus Civan, Candice Lin, Marcus Civin, Alex Foreman, Yasmin Kashfi, Mary Swanson, Fallen Fruit, Ken Ehrlich, and others
• And more to come...

2 comments:

Sawako said...

This was one of my favorite events last year! Absolutely.

samia hussain said...

nice post