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Jack and Jill Incognito Charity Event

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 22 March 2018

The public art initiative for the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation – is back. The charity is delighted that William Fry has come on board to support the largest group-show exhibition in a single gallery in state history, as part of the Firm’s three-year commitment to the Jack and Jill Foundation.

There are 1670 miniature, original pieces of art, designed by 1000+ artists.The live exhibition is open to the public from Wednesday the 4th of April at 11am until Sunday the 8th April at 5pm (unless all pieces are sold before then) in the Solomon Gallery in Dublin (beside the Westbury Hotel).

Each piece of art will be available for purchase from Friday to Sunday only (first-come first-served) for a miniature price of €50 each but you won’t find out the identity of the artist until you purchase the piece. That way you might end up with a piece worth €10,000 or you might end up with a 7 year olds doodle. Either way you will have a painting you love and you will have helped provide home nursing care for very sick babies. Maximum number of art pieces per person is 3.

In 2017, this event raised over €80,000 for the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation and it is hoped to repeat this in 2018.  Every single Euro from the sale of these works will go to Jack & Jill to help nurse brain damaged children across the length and breadth of the country. So, every postcard sold will make a difference. View the art pieces and check out the opening hours here.

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