Calling all creatives and artists looking to make a difference!
Strong Enough To Live (SETL) and the NRF are joining forces to fundraise for brain tumour research, by holding an art auction in September 2022 – titled “IMAGES TO INSPIRE".
Strong Enough To Live (SETL) and the NeuroSurgical Research Foundation (NRF) are joining forces to fundraise for brain tumour research, by holding an art auction in September 2022 – titled “IMAGES TO INSPIRE".
The art auction will be launched on 3rd September 2022 at the Unley Town Hall. From that date, an online auction will run until 25th September. Selected works will also be featured in an NRF/SETL 2023 calendar.
Contributions are sought from artists across any medium such as paintings, drawings, photography, or sculpture. We are looking for art to be donated which reflects the themes of strength, hope, resilience, dreams, peace and inspiration. Artists who would like to participate can access an Expression of Interest form on the NRF website.
SETL spokesperson Cherrie Adams said the goal is to bring together like-minded community members with a desire to make a difference by raising funds for life-saving brain tumour research. "We would love to get some really beautiful, creative expressions of these themes that are close to our hearts, and which we hope will inspire those who are living with this disease."
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Artwork above - 'Kimberleys' by Lucinda Gregory.
Strong Enough To Live
SETL was established in 2015 in Memory of Chris "Critter" Adams who died at the age of 26 as a result of brain cancer. He was passionate and driven and wanted to inspire and help others. In order to honour his memory, SETL continues to raise awareness about brain cancer and is a fundraising platform for brain cancer research through the NRF.
SETL has raised $200,000 through various fundraising activities and Adams family donations. Funds raised have enabled ongoing research grants, annual scholarships for researchers and the purchase of vital laboratory equipment.