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    11Nov

    Art Sale for Phoenix | Fundraising event

    Art Sale for Phoenix curated by Pascal Atiga-Bridger is a fundraising event in support of Jason and Arna Suttie who are raising funds for the stem cell treatment of their little boy Phoenix who has cerebral palsy.

     

     

    Opening night 2 Nov 5.30 – 7.30pm at the Tautai office, level 1, 300 Karangahape Rd, Newton, Auckland.  The exhibition runs 2 – 11 November 2016.

     

     

    Phoenix was diagnosed with severe spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy soon after birth. Doctors said he would never walk or talk. Stem cell therapy has shown promising results in some children and Phoenix has been approved for 25 day treatment abroad in November. The programme will include umbilical cord blood stem cell (UCBSC) injections, physical and occupational rehabilitation, aqua-therapy, acupuncture, massage, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and a nutritional programme.

     

     

    A wide range of art works will be available on the night; paintings, prints and more. Cash purchases can be made on the night or at a later date that is suitable for you.

    All proceeds going to Jason and Arna.

    CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS INCLUDE:
    Frances Hansen, Rebecca Hobbs, Jackie Wilson, Richard Orjis, Emma Mclellan, Qingze Nan, Ana Hall, Denise MK Tito, Darnel Ngarimu-Cooper, Raymond Sagapolutele, Steve Lovett, Gary Silipa, Owen Dippie, Elliot Collins, Bobby Hung (Berst), Charles and Janine Williams and many more.

    Supported by Tautai, Waiheke Water, Little Island Coconut Creamery, Te Pā Wines and Karma Cola.

    For more information please contact Pascal:

    email: bridgerpascal@gmail.com
    instagram: @pas_atiga

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