Secret Art from Celebrities, Artists, Everyday People Benefits Burbank Arts For All

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It’s a great equalizer: Over 550 hundred pieces of art, each $40. Buy what speaks to you, buy what you love and then you’ll learn who the artist is. The art, created on 4″ x 6″ pieces of white paper by people from all walks of life–animators, celebrities, fine artists, teachers, students, parents–is part of a benefit night for Burbank’s Arts For All Foundation, this Saturday, November 1. BAFA is a nonprofit group that works to ensure all Burbank public school children receive arts enrichment through grants and funding for a variety of programs for all ages.

Who will your secret artist be? Gary Baseman? Conan O’Brien? Mark Dean Veca? Film directors  Gore Verbinksi and Brett Ratner? TV weatherman Fritz Coleman? A star from True Blood or Devious Maids? Top animator or graphic novelist? An original Burbank student artist? All Secret Artists will be revealed the night of the event, once you buy your piece! The full list is here.

Trena Pitchford, BAFA’s Director of Development told

We are overwhelmed by the amazing artists, celebrities, dignitaries, local talents, students and animators who have donated their time to create original works of art to benefit the much needed art programs for Burbank public school students. The artwork is simply fantastic and I encourage everyone to come out for a fun filled evening.

General admission tickets for the wine and cheese reception at ATB Studios (157 W. Providencia Ave., just north of Lake St., in Burbank) are $10 each, and are for entry between 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. VIP admission costs $50 each and are for the special preview sale starting at 6:30 p.m. (There is a limit of 10 preview art cards sales per VIP admission). Tickets can be purchased online via The Secret Art Show website as well as the door.

Priview images via Burbank Art For All

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