Carols in the Square – Thursday 15 December
Carols in the Square is an annual event run by Baptist Care SA and proudly supported by Westcare Church and Adelaide City Council.
Featuring Tutti Choir, Holdfast Community Band, Andrew McDonough and guest artists, it’s a great way to bring the community together and celebrate the true spirit of Christmas.
A light meal is served at 6pm with entertainment beginning at 7pm. Please BYO chair/rug.
Everyone is welcome, we look forward to seeing you there!
Minda & Bank SA Carols on the Lawn – Friday 9 December
Gates open from 5:00 pm with carols by local SA acts including Tutti Choir from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
There will be activities for the family, food, drinks & market stalls.
Entry by Gold Coin donation or parking available $5 per car, includes entry fee.
Please enter Minda via the Main Gate on King George Avenue
Day of the Song Festival
Two concerts celebrating International Day of People with Disability on Saturday 3 December and Sunday 4 December 2016
Concert One: Day of the Song at Grainger Studio
Saturday 3 December, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tutti Arts and Infusion Music are thrilled to present renowned US soul singers Tony Lindsay and Janice Maxie-Reid with a chorus of 100 singers for this first fabulous Day of the Song at Grainger Studio concert.
Our Day of the Song headline artist for 2016 is Tony Lindsay, ‘the Voice of Santana’ for over 20 years. Tony has toured and performed around the world with Carlos Santana, gaining 11 Grammys and countless accolades along the way. He has also recorded and performed with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Al Jarreau and Teddy Pendergrass.
Joining Tony is electrifying soul singer and world-class keyboard player Janice Maxie-Reid who has toured internationally with Sting and Stevie Wonder.
Together these two phenomenal performers will join with the Tutti and Poco Tutti Choirs, La la Land and the International Revival Gospel Choir for a sizzling repertoire of hit songs, including ‘What’s Going On?’, ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’, ‘Turn Your Love Around’, ‘Hit the Road Jack’, and Tony’s celebratory new song ‘Victory’ – which is aimed at sharing love around the world.
Musically directed by Carol Young, with a band made up of Adelaide’s hottest musicians including a horn section, Day of the Song at Grainger Studio will be a soul-stirring night to remember.
Book early to avoid disappointment!
Concert Two: Day of the Song at The Gov
Sunday 4 December, 1:30 pm
Hot on the heels of Day of the Song at Grainger Studio Choral Concert, Tutti Arts and Infusion Music bring you an afternoon of pure musical magic with Day of the Song at The Gov.
Joining our headline artist Tony Lindsay, ‘the Voice of Santana’ and electrifying soul singer and world-class keyboard player Janice Maxie-Reid, are special guests – local and international blues legend Chris Finnen, and Adelaide’s own acoustic-pop darlings The Sisters of Invention from Tutti, soon to be featured on ABC iView.
“Janice Maxie-Reid is simply BRILLIANT! She is truly a musician’s musician, and a singer’s singer. Watching and listening to her perform is an experience that cannot be duplicated.”
Larry Batiste, Music Director, Producer & Arranger
“Chris Finnen is one of Australia’s most innovative guitarists. He took us down to the crossroads and off into space, from Delta Blues to Chicago, from Adelaide to Northern Australia via India and Africa.”
Adelaide Fringe Review; The Australian, February 2013
“The Sisters Of Invention differ from what your average listener or viewer might expect of a ‘disabled band’: this is no parade of trite ~inspirational anthems~. Rather, they are top notch pop songs that, like any other artists’, deal with the emotional truths of life”
Clem Blastow, Daily Life – Fairfax Media
Expect a few surprises and some crowd participation to make Day of the Song at The Gov a truly exhilarating and not to be missed musical experience.
Sit Down, Shutup and Watch: Film & New Media Festival
21 October 2016
The Sit Down, Shutup and Watch: Film & New Media Festival is Australia¹s premier film festival for films made by people with a learning disability. Everyone on the steering committee identify as having a learning disability, and are putting their passion for films and film-making to work to bring you their second ever festival this October!
Like their sister festival, the Oska Bright Film Festival in the UK, Sit Down Shutup and Watch is raising awareness of a growing international learning disability led screen culture that seeks to promote cultural change, social inclusion and acceptance of high quality work by filmmakers with a learning disability.
The festival will be held at the Angaston Town Hall in the beautiful Barossa Valley, South Australia, on Friday 21 October 2016, so make a weekend of it and get along!
Angaston Town Hall, Barrossa Valley SA
Friday 21 October 2016
10:30am – 12:15pm – Includes official opening and first film session
1:15pm – 2:30 pm – second film session
3:00pm – 4:40 pm – third film session
7:00 pm – 9:30 pm – Red Carpet Awards Presentation (includes drink & nibbles)
Tickets – $10 per session; $5 school students
Discounts available for more than one session! $20 for 3+ sessions; $15 for 2 sessions
Book tickets here for Sit Down, Shutup and Watch Festival!
Best of Fest:
Sit Down, Shutup and Watch: Film and New Media Festival
3 November 2016
Come along to a screening of the Best of the Fest of films from the 2016 Sit Down, Shutup and Watch: Film and New Media Festival!
Mercury Cinema – 13 Morphett Street, Adelaide
3 November 2016
Session Times: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Tickets: $10 (School Students $5)
Book your tickets here now!
Discover your inner beast with Tutti Arts at OzAsia Festival
Grab your phone and friends for a fun interactive experience like no other. The Adelaide Festival Centre Riverdeck will contain a special interactive street art installation designed by Indonesian artist Andres Busrianto and the team at Tutti which you can help create or simply take some fun photographs to post online.
And nearby in the Riverside Precinct, discover a secret underground wonderland of temples. Inside each temple, you’ll discover performance art based around the theme of animals and iconography from South East Asia.
Free event to suit all ages!
Thursday 22 September – Saturday 1 October 2016
Times: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Venue: The Riverdeck, Adelaide Festival Centre
BEASTLY is supported by the Australian Government through the Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
An initiative of the OzAsia Festival and George Town Festival Partnership.
Tutti Kids and Youth Showcase
Saturday 3 September 2016 at Brighton Performing Arts Centre
The Tutti Kids and Youth Showcase is the highlight of the year for our youngest members of the Tutti team. For many Tutti Kids, the Showcase performance is their first experience of performing to an audience on a real stage under lights and it is here we see them thrive!
Fun, smiles, joy, growth, character, friendship and laughter are a few words that summarise the day!
Visual Arts exhibition by Scott Pyle
Scott Pyle’s artwork featured in the Arts Centre Port Noarlunga Surf Art exhibition 2015 and at Flinders Medical Centre Promenade Gallery B, February – March, 2016.
Kimberley Sellers and her pallet artwork
The Visual Arts program presented work in the Fringe as part of the Littlerundlestreetartproject, Little Rundle Street, Kent Town. People were invited to stroll down and meander along the street stopping off every once in a while to see the street art. The project commenced Friday 12 February and concluded 14 March, 2016
Headspace exhibition as part of the Fringe featured Tutti Artists Banjobe Hunt and Laura Wills. The exhibition opened Wednesday 2 March, University Senior College Level 1, Cnr Rundle Mall & Charles St Adelaide.
Tutti sings for The Events in the Adelaide Festival
On Monday 29 February and Wednesday 02 March, 2016 Poco Tutti performed in The Events by David Greig presented by State Theatre Company, Belvoir and Malthouse Theatre in association with Adelaide Festival. This Australian premiere production of a thought-provoking and uplifting international phenomenon, starred the extraordinary Catherine McClements and featured a different community choir in each performance.
Fringe Parade 2016
Riding on the back of the spectacular success of Shedding Light in OzAsia 2015, our neon-lit pedal powered Sepeda Lampu were back on the streets. Tutti artists paraded to a packed out crowd in this years Adelaide Fringe Festival Opening Night Parade on Saturday 13 February.
Image: 2015 Shedding Light, OzAsia Festival, riders ready to take punters on a journey. Photo by Sam Roberts Photography 2015
Tutti’s 2015 Christmas Celebration Concert “Everything Changes”
A resounding success! Thank you to everyone from the singers, production crew and MC to the volunteers, staff, Tutti Board of Management, supporters and you the audience for making this concert, in the iconic St Peter’s Cathedral one to remember!
Christmas Lights Concert
Saturday 12 December, 8 – 8.30pm 25 Kearnes Road, Oaklands Park
2015 Credit Union Christmas Pageant
Congratulations to the Tutti Choir and Tutti Kids who sang in the 2015 Credit Union Christmas Pageant on Saturday 14 November. They drifted by on ‘Anything is Possible’ float (No. 74).
Screening at the 2015 ADL Film Fest
15 October – 25 October, 2015
Congratulations to James Kurtze, creator of both Dexter Aliens and Eye TV and William Gregory, creator of Our Story. Eye TV and Our Story won Awards at the 2014 SDSW Festival and were included in the 2015 ADL Film Fest [AFF] 15 Oct – 25 Oct as part of a new segment called ‘Mayhem’. Mayhem showcases films by artists with disability. Mayhem screened across three high profile sites in Adelaide – the City Library, Central Markets and a portable micro cinema. For more details visit the ADL Film Fest webpage adelaidefilmfestival.org/program.
OzAsia Festival 2015
24 September – 03 October
presented by Tutti Arts (Australia) and Perspektif (Indonesia)
Performances – Adelaide Festival Centre River Deck
Installations – Dunstan Playhouse Foyer
Shedding Light reached and illuminated every corner of the Adelaide Festival Centre and drew the whole festival together – well we think so!
Audiences were treated to rides on pedal-powered vehicles wrapped in neon lighting to embark on a promenade performance around the Adelaide Festival Centre where at various locations, audiences in the Sepeda Lampu vehicles stopped and watched small individual performances by artists from Indonesia and Australia.
Inspired by Indonesian mobile food stalls known as a Kaki Lima, pop-up installation and mobile artworks included live performance, poetry, visual art.
This was an extraordinary collaboration that revealed the unfolding relationship between disabled artists working in Indonesia and their peers Tutti Arts in Australia.
The Story Behind Shedding Light exhibition
09 – 30 September, 2015
We were delighted to present The Story Behind Shedding Light exhibition at the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, Hawke Centre, UniSA. The Story Behind Shedding Light revealed the evolution of a two year intercultural collaboration between disabled artists and activists in South Australia and Indonesia who discovered common ground through an increasingly globalised disability culture. The exhibition chronicled the process and outcomes of these relationships through an installation which combined a series of candid interviews, animations, and mixed media artworks. Unseen, unexpected and unapologetic, the work abandons stereotypes and claims a space for people with different perspectives.
The exhibition was opened by Associate Professor Anton Lucas, Flinders University and Bu Nining, Perspektif. Tutti also presented an Artist Talk on Friday 25 September called Point to Point: Points of similarity and Points of difference.
Point to Point presented different perspectives of self-identified disabled artists, cultural advisers and professional artists involved in the growing relationship between emerging artists from Tutti Arts in Adelaide and Perspektif, a newly formed visual arts organisation for children and young people with disabilities in Yogyakarta. Through age and cultural differences Art has become their language of choice and this artist talk, interpreted conventionally and in Sign language for both languages revealed the discovery of common ground and how both groups have begun to explore it through Art.
The panel discussion was facilitated by Dr Roslyn von der Borch from the Flinders Asia Centre.
Indonesian speakers included Laksmayshita Khanza Larasati Carita (Performing and Visual artist), Andika Indra Seputra (Perspektif Facilitator and Visual artist), Harta Nining Wijaya (Journalist/Activist) and Moelyono (Visual Artist & Founder of Perspektif).
Australian speakers James Kurtze (New Media Artist), Scott Pyle (Visual Artist), Kimberley Sellers (Visual Artist), Patricia Wozniak (Visual Artist/ Curator) and Pat Rix (Artistic Director & Founder of Tutti Arts)
We would like to thank Howard Vineyard for their generous donation of delicious wine for our opening – come along and try it, or take a trip to their beautiful Nairne cellar door.
2015 City-Bay Double It For Dougie
Tutti in the City-Bay was a great success! Team Tutti had a wonderful day with most of the team walking/running the 6km to Glenelg, but some of our very fit team ran the 12km route. What a fantastic effort! On behalf of all the artists at Tutti, we would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all those people who supported our team and made a donation to the DOUBLE IT FOR DOUGIE campaign. Your generosity allows us to help fulfill our artists’ dreams of having their work out in the public arena, and every dollar donated counts towards their success.
We are enormously grateful to our sponsors Basetec Services, Eblen Subaru, Brighton Foodland and to the Rotary Club of Holdfast Bay for providing us with a sumptuous breakfast.
We hope to see you all again in the City-Bay next year!
09 – 13 June, 2015
This was a fantastic success and attracted a large audience with amazing feedback. You can read the Glam Adelaide review here
9-13 June 2015, Hartley Playhouse UniSA Magill Campus
A melodic twist on a classic fairy tale
Adapted by Jehane Markham, The Australian Premiere of the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale Six Swans the opera is a collaboration between Tutti Arts and the next generation of theatre makers; students from UniSA’s Performing and Media Arts program.
Directed by Russell Fewster and staged by an outstanding creative and production team, this enchanting age old story of survival explores what happens when an irate father turns his six sons into swans over a broken jug, reminding us that life is full of fateful and often unexpected consequences of choice. Six Swans touches upon themes of redemption and forgiveness as a young woman struggles towards an awakening and into her own strengths.
About the team:
A dedicated team of professional theatre makers lead an ensemble of 25 3rd year students together with 60 members of Tutti Arts. Brenton Shaw provides musical direction while Kerry Reid, Justin McGuiness and Peter Nielsen oversee the costume, video, lighting and sound design completed by the students. Chew plays the entire score live accompanied by a strong cast of soloists and performers from both Tutti and UniSA.
Premiered by Wonderful Beast (UK) in 2014, Richard Chew received a BBC Best Composer nomination for Six Swans; this groundbreaking production will stay with you long after the final note.
For details on the University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (Performing Arts) program and arts division please visit here
Celebrating Mother’s Day with Tutti Arts
We had an amazing morning with Jane Doyle and the incredible Dr Gill Hicks. So much fun was had by our guests and we’d like to thank our sponsors Chain of Ponds Winery for supplying their delicious sparkling wine,
Click on the logo to get taken to their website. We can heartily recommend a visit to their winery, it’s incredibly beautiful and worth a drive up to the hills.
All of our sponsors helped make the event a fun and rewarding one for our guests, they would appreciate your support.
Our Gold Sponsors
We are absolutely delighted to announce that Tutti Arts has been selected as one of the four finalists for the Impact100 SA Grant Awards.
It was a great night being part of the presentations and we would like to congratulate Kick Start For Kids on their well-deserved win.
The first learning disability led film festival in the southern hemisphere
View photos from the inaugural ‘Sit Down, Shutup and Watch Film and New Media Festival’, Friday 31 Oct 2014, Angaston, Barossa Valley, South Australia here: http://sitdownshutupandwatch.com/gallery/
Full program details at our website: http://sitdownshutupandwatch.com
Thanks to CBB
We would like to say a huge Thank You to CBB the not4profit people who generously awarded Tutti a grant which has enabled us to buy recording and music equipment for our internationally renowned Alt Pop girl group, The Sisters of Invention. With such great quality equipment, the Sisters’ live performances will really step up another level. They have recently completed their first album, and thanks to the generosity of CBB we have now built an in-house recording studio which has enabled them to record on the Tutti premises. Thank you CBB!
DIRECTOR Edwin Kemp Attrill
COMPOSER Alies Sluiter
PROJECTION DESIGN Nic Mollison
ASSISTANT PROJ. DESIGN James Kurtze
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Julian Jaensch
DESIGNER Manda Webber
The History of Autism – Company @ with Tutti Arts
History of Autism is a dynamic, frank and captivating production that explores the untold story of Autism; it’s mythologies and misunderstandings, how it developed clinically in the 20th Century and the turmoil of people facing isolation and prejudice when a diagnosis was not an option.
Performed by a cast entirely on the Autism Spectrum, this show will take you on a journey about a forgotten, mysterious, misunderstood and magical people. You will see the struggles people endured through the decades of the 20th Century interwoven with personal histories of the ensemble members through powerful and entertaining Digital Stories.
History of Autism premiered at the Asia Pacific Autism Conference in August 2013 to standing ovations and much acclaim. If you ever wanted to understand more about Autism and it’s challenging, funny or miraculous side, now is your chance!
Major Exhibition ’Their Shadows in Us’
Launch date: Friday 13 December 2013, 6 to 8pm
The exhibition is open to the public from 14 December 2013 to 16 February 2014
The exhibition ‘Their Shadows in Us’ encompasses a broad exploration of Minda’s past and present through layered sensory experiences encompassing a variety of audio, visual and tactile encounters.
This exciting ground-breaking exhibition is the result of nearly 3 years work, by a team of professional artists, in collaboration with Tutti Visual and Performing artists. Award winning artists working on the project include Laura Wills, Nina Rupena and Madison Bycroft, winner of the 2014 Samstag Scholarship. Sound artist Sascha Budimski is providing the soundscape.
‘Their Shadows in Us’ is a Tutti/Minda Partnership Project, an Artistic Interpretation of the last 100+ years of Minda’s Social History. It is funded by the South Australian Government through Arts SA’s New Exhibitions Fund, and Minda Inc.
Where: At the Flinders University City Gallery, State Library of South Australia, North Tce, Adelaide
When: December 14, 2013 to February 16, 2014.
Curator Melanie Fulton
The image “Minda’s Vegetable Garden” is a collaboration by Laura Wills and Tutti artist Jenna May
Tutti’s 2013 End of Year Christmas Concert
“It All Starts Now”
Date: Sunday 15th December
Place: Clayton Wesley Uniting Church crn Portrush and The Parade
$20 and $15 (primary school children free)
Do It For Dougie again!
Please click here to donate:
Hello Tutti Friends,
Tutti Artist Dougie is once again determined to raise money to support his friends in Tutti, and has a target of $5000 which will support the Tutti production of Eye Music in 2014.
Dougie, who has cerebral palsy, has been a passionate member of Tutti for seven years and will compete in the City-Bay 12km course in a wheelchair, carrying the ‘Do It For Dougie’ sign all the way! The annual City-Bay Fun Run will be held on Sunday 15 September this year and ‘Do It For Dougie’ is a fundraiser to support our young artists with disabilities in Tutti. Your support is very much appreciated!
A Message From Dougie
“Hello South Australia. My name is Dougie and I’m in the City-Bay Fun Run again this year! I would love you to support Team Tutti and help me with our target of $5000.
I’m raising money for a production about someone called Jem who had cerebral palsy like me. It’s called Eye Music because Jem couldn’t control anything except his eyes. He used to talk with his eyes using a Bliss Board and he told us his whole life story with it.
Anyway, this year I’m doing the City-Bay Fun Run for Eye Music because this show about his life is amazing. It would be great if you can all help us raise money to produce Eye Music. That way you can be a little part of it and support my fellow Tutti Artists and our amazing creativity at Tutti at the same time! It’s going to be on in May 2014 at the State Opera Studio. And it will be great! And I mean really great!”
Orange Wrappers Exhibition
Official Opening Wednesday 7th August at 6pm
Artist Talk to begin at 5.30pm
12 Compton Street Adelaide
Paul Hoban and Scott Pyle in conjunction with Tutti are pleased to invite you to the Opening of their 2013 SALA Exhibition Orange Wrappers. Orange Wrappers, an unusual collaborative art project between Tutti Artist Scott Pyle and Artist Dr Paul Hoban, Head of Painting and Drawing at UniSA. This Adelaide based dynamic duo has created an exhibition of energetic and spontaneous paintings that demonstrate the common ground between so-called outsider art and avant-guard practice.
For Hoban collaboration itself is an important ‘strategy in defying the traditional tendency to claim object autonomy in art making’.
“There is something deeply exciting and liberating in this idea, for truly collaborative work frees us from the bonds of formal expectation and self-conscious pre-determination.”
Collectively, the multi-layered collaborative works in this exhibition challenge the notion of individual authority so prevalent in contemporary arts practice.
Artwork will be on display from 7th August to 24th August 2013, at FELTspace, 12 Compton Street Adelaide. Opening hours Wednesday to Saturday 1-4pm
HISTORY OF AUTISM THE UNTOLD STORY
A new Australian play by Company @ (Autistic Theatre)
8 + 9 August 2013
Adelaide Convention Centre 7.30pm
phone: 8422 6511
DIRECTED BY JULIAN JAENSCH
‘Salt Water Songs’
TUTTI CHOIRS in concert with exciting Celtic Fusion band ‘Working Dog Union’, 2pm Sun, July 28, 2013
AT BRIGHTON PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, 305 Brighton Rd, North Brighton
$25 / $15 /$10 CHILD
PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY ROTARY
QUIRKY, WEIRD AND WONDERFUL
Opening Night: Friday 7 June 2013 @6pm
Exhibition Dates: Friday 7 to Friday 28 June
Pepper Street Arts Centre, 558 Magill Road, Magill
QUIRKY, WEIRD AND WONDERFUL, is an exhibition showcasing the work of many up and coming Tutti artists in association with several guest artists. All have been engaged in exploring the unconventional and the extraordinary!
The exhibition will be opened by Dr Paul Hoban, Visual Artist and Head of Painting and Drawing, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Uni SA, and by iconic local artist Jungle Phillips.
Come along, celebrate and feel free to dress up or accessorise in anything a little QUIRKY, WEIRD OR WONDERFUL!
Celebrate Mothers’ Day with Tutti
Bring your mother, daughter, grandmother, sister or best friend!
When: Wed 8 May, 2013, 10.30am –1.00pm,
Where: Glenelg Football Club, Brighton Rd, Glenelg
Devonshire Tea + Celebrity Interviews including Cosi (from Triple M and TV’s ‘South Aussie with Cosi’)
MC & Interviewer – Jane Doyle of Channel 7
Fashion Show by ‘Cotton on Broadway’
Book a table of 10 and go in the draw for a bottle of French champagne.
Tickets $40 each
Aimee and Caroline from Hot Tutti and myself went to Sydney on March 1st to witness the launch of ‘Twenty Years:Twenty Stories’, the Australian Human Rights Commission film made in partnership with the Sydney Community Foundation.
The launch celebrates the twentieth anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act and was launched by Australia’s Governor-General, Ms Quentin Bryce AC CVO, at Admiralty House Kiribilli.
Hot Tutti features as one of Australia’s success stories in this important documentary film which shows that the biggest barrier Australians with a disability face is not disability itself, but negative attitudes towards disability in our society. The stories illustrate how people with disability can make rich contributions to society if educational, physical and attitudinal barriers are removed.
The 20 stories will be available at http://www.humanrights.gov.au/twentystories/index.html from 6:15 PM, 1 March.
Please take a look and cheer the fantastic young women in Hot Tutti and everyone else involved across Australia in making this film.
On the home front I especially want to acknowledge and thank Hot Tutti’s Musical Director Michael Ross, Tutti’s Performing Arts Coordinator Juha Vanhakartano who filmed and edited the short film in consultation with Sydney Producer Sarah Bamford, Tutti Visual Arts tutor Pavlos Soteriou (also Sit Down Shutup & Watch Coordinator) for his voice-over work and Cameron Schwarz and Mick Young for their camera work.
It has been a great team effort!
‘Small Things’ Art Exhibition
Tutti Visual Arts Exhibition ‘Small Things’ opened at 6pm, Thurs 7 February, at The Bay Discovery Centre, Moseley Square, Glenelg, for the 2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival. The exhibition is on display until 7 April 2013.
Tutti’s Silent Auction Event, November 2012
See below to view a selection of professional artists’ work which were live auctioned by Bernard Booth, and to view a selection of emerging artists’ work which were in the Silent Auction.
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Thursday 29 November, 2012, 5.30-8pm
The Atrium, Burnside Civic Centre
401 Greenhill Road, Tusmore
A selection of professional artists’ work from the ‘Silent Auction, Secret Artist’ fundraising exhibition event, Thurs 29 November, 2012
These works were sold by Live Auction by Bernard Booth.
Selection of emerging artists’ work
To view all the works to be sold by Silent Auction, please go to https://www.facebook.com/TuttiInc. To bid on the Silent Auction before the event on 29 November, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact details, the number of the canvas, and your bid (minimum bid of $20). You will notified if you are outbid so that you can make another bid.