2022 A Raven’s Feast for Your Eyes - Tickets on Sale Now

A Raven's Feast for Your Eyes—Tickets on Sale Now!

Gala and Art Auction — Thursday, September 29, 2022

6 - 7 PM Champagne Reception, Auction Viewing, and more! 
7 - 9 PM Dinner, Entertainment, and Live Auction

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IN THE BEGINNING, the light was hidden in a box and the world was in complete darkness. Clever Raven steals the light for us all.
A night of transformation, celebration, and emergence into the light.

 

Join us for the Bill Reid Gallery’s premier fundraising event of the year! Proceeds from A Raven’s Feast for Your Eyes are critical to the Gallery’s exhibition, education, and emerging artist programs.

For this special Raven's Feast, we invite you to a powerful, life-affirming and joyous evening to support your Gallery. 

Bill Reid is known for saying “Joy is a well-made object, equalled only by the joy of making it.” This speaks directly to the relationship between artist and audience, and the joy sparked in being in conversation together through art. This year, we encourage you to wear your Art, such as masks, jewelry, clothing, and weavings, to add to the festivities!

Event Highlights

  • Hosted by CBC media personality Stephen Quinn
  • Live Art Auction led by Man About Town Fred Lee
  • Artworks by some of today’s most celebrated Indigenous artists
  • Champagne reception & locally sourced gourmet Indigenous food and wine

Purchase Tickets

Individual Tickets:  $400
Be a Table Host:   $3,000 (8 tickets)

Tax receipts for ticket purchases will be issued after the event. Ticketing will be paperless and non-refundable. 

 

Cobalt Sponsor

Genus Capital Management

 

Copper Sponsors

KPMG

IATSE 891

 

Silver Sponsors

Baker Tilly WM LLP | BMO Bank of Montreal | Burgundy Asset Management Ltd 

Carter Auto Family | Fasken | Lawson Lundell LLP

 

Media Sponsor

 

Experience Sponsor

 Helijet

 

Wine Sponsor

Indigenous World Winery

 

 

Gala Committee

Lisa Hageman Yahgujanaas, Gala Chair (Haida artist and Director of the Bill Reid Foundation)
Helen Haig-Brown (Tsilhqot'in filmmaker based in Haida Gwaii)
Jane Hungerford (Gwich’in, Director of the Bill Reid Foundation and Order of BC recipient)
Beth Ann Locke (Professional Fundraiser based in Vancouver)
Joanne Gassman (Past Chair, Bill Reid Foundation)

Contact

*If you would like more information or pay by cheque, please contact Elisabeth Kyle at ekyle@billreidgallery.ca or 604.682.3455 ext. 227. Tax receipts for ticket purchases will be issued after the event. Ticketing will be paperless and non-refundable. 

The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is a registered charitable organization | Charity No. 867858755 RR0001

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