Andrew's Art Auction for A.L.S.
Hosted by Coleman & Carol Ross and The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter
Carol and Coleman Ross, along with The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter, invite you to a photography exhibition of Andrew Ross's work. You will have the opportunity to bid on one, or two, of over 65 pieces of Andrew's art with 100% of the proceeds benefitting The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter.
Date & Time:
Sunday, February 10 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio
123 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Andrew, who was diagnosed with ALS in May 2017, will be presenting his photographs for sale at a silent auction with every dollar of proceeds benefitting the North Carolina Chapter of the ALS Association.
Andrew was a photography professor at Radford University before moving back to Chapel Hill in May 2018 to be closer to his family and his treatment at Duke's ALS Clinic. Prior to Radford University, he had taught photography and graphic design at Florida State University; two universities in China; a university in Florence, Italy; and the Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree from FSU.
Following his undergraduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1998, Andrew continued living in Chapel Hill for almost 10 years, working as a commercial photographer and photographic artist. During that time, he was active in the Chapel Hill arts community and served on the Chapel Hill Public Arts Commission, including as co-chair of the commission. He left Chapel Hill then to pursue his graduate degree.
Andrew is excited to display his art and hopes the proceeds from this event will advance research
towards finding a cure for ALS.
The bidding will begin at 2:00 P.M. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served.
Can't make the event?
Consider making a tax-deductible
contribution using the red button at the upper right.
For more information, please contact Coleman Ross at (860) 508-5472 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Free parking is available in the public lots along Franklin and Rosemary Streets.
Photo credits: Sam Krisch, (l); Lora Gordon (r).
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