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See the wonderful works of art in the ArtWorks 25th Anniversary Art Auction powered by Everything But The House

To celebrate 25 colorful years, ArtWorks is hosting a 25th Anniversary Art Auction, powered by Everything But The House. This auction features a few of our creative alumni, which includes 4,000 Youth Apprentices and 3,500 Creative Professionals, who have bolstered Greater Cincinnati’s global reputation as an arts destination. With their support, ArtWorks has completed 14,000 pieces of community-driven art, including more than 200 permanent outdoor murals!

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ArtWorks and EBTH are proud to support these alumni artists and our local economy by sharing proceeds of the auction directly with contributing artists. Your support goes towards ArtWorks’ Apprentice Promise, creating jobs this year for 200 Youth Apprentices, ages 14-21! 

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Artists participating include Antonio Adams, Erika NJ Allen, Nytaya Babbitt, Batres Gilvin, Arynn Blazer, Radha Lakshmi, Drew Christman, Carrie Cooke, Michael Coppage, Cedric Michael Cox, Calcagno Cullen, Nicki Deux, Lizzy DuQuette, Jim Effler, Daniela Fernandez, Jon Flannery, Jonesy, Nikita Gross, C. Matthew Hamby, the late Charley Harper, Evan Hildebrandt, Gee Horton, Taron Jordan, Sharareh Khosravani, Carla Lamb, Adam Laine, Lindz and Lamb, John Lanzador, Chuck Marshall, Josie Masset, Chase Melendez, Adam Mysock, L.D. Nehls, Thomas Osorio, Mark Patsfall, CF Payne, Stephen Powers, Anissa Pulcheon, Pull Club, the late John A. Ruthven, Harry Sanchez Jr., Karen Saunders, Michael Stillion, April Sunami, Kate Tepe, TC Thomason, Sara Torgison, Jenny Ustick, Joe Walsh, Lindsey Whittle, Jessica Wolf and J. Miles Wolf. 

Meet the 25th Anniversary Artists

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About ArtWorks

ArtWorks is an award-winning Greater Cincinnati nonprofit that transforms people and places through investments in creativity. The organization collaborates with community organizations and residents, businesses, governments, foundations and nonprofits to build creative works of art that bolster the region’s global reputation as an arts destination. ArtWorks employs professional artists who inspire and mentor diverse teams of youth, ages 14-21, helping them build 21st century career-readiness skills. These teams have completed more than 14,000 public and private art projects in its 25 years, including more than 200 permanent outdoor murals.