Austin Justice Coalition x DORF: Online Art Auction

Raising funds, razing injustice, spreading art everywhere

The creative provocateurs and cultural celebrants at DORF have gathered 25 beloved Central Texas artists who’ve donated their works to this fundraiser for the Austin Justice Coalition. It's an auction of original art, to be held via the DORF Instagram account.

The auction will begin at 10am CST on Monday, June 8, and new artworks will be posted throughout the day. Bidding ends on Wednesday, June 10.

Among the participants whose creations will be available: ANGRYCLOUD + DESCND with Stellar Roz, Elizabeth Chapin, Jeffrey Dell, Sarah Fox, Katy Horan, Magdelena Jarkowiec, Jules Buck Jones, Yuliya Lanina, Steve Parker, Jade Walker, and more.

Note: A full list of artists, auction end times, and more can be found right here.

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