Hilltop Elementary’s first Art Show & Silent Auction will be Thursday, May 18


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Hilltop Elementary School’s first Art Show & Silent Auction will be Thursday, May 18.

“Join us Thursday, May 18 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. for Hilltop’s first Art Show & Silent Auction!”

There will be musical performances, silent auction, classroom art displays, and the 6th grade puzzle project.

How the SILENT AUCTION Works:
  • Each classroom has donated one piece of art located at tables around the room
  • To make a bid, please find the bid sheet located by each piece of art
  • Auction bidding runs from 5:30-6:45
  • Once a bid is placed, it cannot be removed
  • Bids will be placed in increments of $5
  • We accept Cash and Checks only
  • At the end of the bidding process, you may pay and pick up your order with the staff
  • If you cannot be present at the end of the night, we will hold on to your art until May 25th (please make sure to leave a phone number on your bid sheet)
  • If we have not yet received your payment by May 25th, artwork will go to the next highest bidder
All money raised be used for future art projects at Hilltop Elementary. 
What is the PUZZLE PROJECT?
The Puzzle Project is a collaborative art installation started by New York artist Tim Kelly. Classrooms and communities from around the world have participated in his project. After receiving a blank puzzle piece, students were asked to draw/paint/collage something that is ‘meaningful’to them. The puzzle pieces that will be displayed at the Art Show are the work of Hilltop’s 6th grade students and teachers. After tonight’s installation, they will be shipped back this summer to join thousands of others in a much larger scale exhibition.

For more information visit the website announcement about the Art Show & Silent Auction.

Hilltop Elementary is located at 12250 24th Ave S., Burien, 98168:

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