BICAS hosts silent public sale and gallery

The Bicycle Inter Group Artwork and Salvage middle is internet hosting a gallery and silent artwork public sale this Friday and Saturday night from 5-9 p.m.

“All of the artwork within the gallery and that might be a part of the public sale are
created by BICAS employees or they’ve been donated by native artists,”
BICAS artwork program
coordinator Antonio Zepeda stated.

BICAS artists make their items with salvaged bike components that come by way of the middle and the artwork is bicycle-themed.

Proceeds from the public sale will go to supporting BICAS and their neighborhood applications.

The silent public sale is free to attend, family-friendly and open to the general public, Zepeda stated. All bids start at zero {dollars} and bidding ends Saturday at 8 p.m.

The occasion will embrace stay leisure, in addition to
meals vans and a donation-based snack space. There may even be
bicycle-themed actions for anybody who wish to take part in
making their very own artwork items. The occasion is family-friendly and is open to
the general public.

The occasion will happen at Splinter Collective, 901 N. thirteenth Ave, as a substitute of within the gallery at BICAS’ seventh Avenue location as a result of “we wished to create a quieter area for artwork,” Zepeda stated.

“The gallery is small, it is a 10-by-20

Zepeda stated the gallery at BICAS might be empty from Wednesday, Dec. 6 to
Sunday, Dec. 10 as a result of the artwork items might be in Splinter Collective
for the occasion. It can reopen on Tuesday, Dec. 12 and proceed by way of December.

“The gallery might be in BICAS till January. After then, we are going to
talk about the place the artwork will go. It is determined by whether or not we’ll want the
area for courses or one thing else. The gallery is short-term for now.”