The National Coalition Against Censorship is grateful to the incredible artists who have generously donated to this year’s NCAC Art Auction. The works will be displayed on Monday, November 11th at Let Me Speak: A Celebration of Free Speech and Its Defenders, NCAC’s annual benefit in New York City. The auction is hosted online by Paddle8.
The auction is now closed.
A sample of the artworks available…
Preview art from October 14th and bid on art from October 28th-November 11th at Paddle8. Online bidding ends at 9:00 PM EST on November 11th.
For 2019 Benefit Attendees:
We advise you to create a Paddle8 account before the event, to streamline the bidding process. You may bid before the event as well as in person. Staff will be on-site to assist with in-person bidding.
The National Coalition Against Censorship’s Arts Advocacy Program is the only national project dedicated to working directly with individual artists and curators involved in censorship disputes. Its main goal is to protect artists’ rights to participate in the democratic dialogue by defending public access to their work, and supporting their ability to freely express views that might be unpopular or controversial. The project resolves controversies through education and advocacy, avoiding the need for legal action.
For more information on the 2019 Art Auction, please email Joy Garnett at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Paddle8.com.