Art Auction & Gala Plug In ICA 2018

Saturday, October 27, 2018 | 7pm to late | Location: Basement of the Bay, 450 Portage Ave | #PlugInGala

Join Plug In ICA’s largest fundraising event of the year on Saturday, October 27 2018. This year’s spectacular will be a costumed event, and fine dining experience. It will feature the unique culinary skills of some of Winnipeg’s finest chefs and showcase the work of Canada and the world’s leading artists all under one roof! 

TICKETS:  Gala tickets: $200 | Supporting tickets: $300 | Table sponsor (seats 10): $3000 | After Party ticket: $20 
* Charitable tax receipts for a portion of the ticket sale will be available. Gala tickets also include a one-year Plug In ICA membership. 

Event Sponsors: Daniel Friedman and Rob Dalgliesh, Tony Mitousis & CGM Engineering, Royal Bank of Canada, Vita Health Fresh Market, The Asper Foundation, Stephen N Rosenfield CPA Corporation, Matix Lumber

Table sponsors: Fabris & Watts, Prairie Research Associates, EQ3, CGM Engineering Ltd. 

Co-chairs: Silvester Komlodi and Zia Hameed | Committee: Irene Bindi, Pauline Boldt, Angela Forget, Sotirios Kotoulas, Karline Moeller, Jenifer Papararo, Sarah Secter, Marlene Stern

Check back in our shop to see the artworks arriving! For any inquiries regarding the gala please contact: Angela Forget, angela@plugin.org

COSTUME POLICY

This year’s Plug In ICA Gala and Art Auction is a costumed* event themed ‘Strange Illusions.’ We’d like to remind everyone attending that costumes inappropriately representing other people’s struggles, such as poverty, violence, racism, or disability are not welcome. Plug In ICA reserves the right to deny entry or ask attendees to leave who are wearing culturally inappropriate and insensitive costumes. If you are unsure what this means please view the links below. (Thank you to QPOC, Winnipeg for sharing the first two of these links).

• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN2WaZAUY2U

• https://goo.gl/NQwjtA

• http://proud2bme.org/content/offensive-halloween-costumes-never-ever-wear%E2%80%A6and-what-wear-instead