What is it about ?
Art Aid is an initiation by Platform Spirit Visuals.
It involves various artists coming together from all areas to extend a helping hand to the victims of the Japan Crisis, collaborating across different outlets such as Shibori (Japanese tie-dye), photography, digital illustration, silkscreen and drypoint.
Every piece of artwork is an original creation of the artist, done specially for this project.

This is a non-profit initiation, with all proceeds going to the Red Cross Society’s Japan Relief Fund. Every contribution matters, and your help will be greatly appreciated by both Platform Spirit Visuals and the victims of the crisis.

We really hope that you'll be able to drop by and support and bring along your friends and family as well for this good charitable cause, we also understand that there has been many similar campaign held before to raise fund, this not only raise fund but we will also be showcasing and selling off the artworks rather than just donating the cash straight in,
Art Aid – Coming together to help Japan in the way we know best.

Also, this is a collaboration with this newly opened boutique Coffee Cafe, just opposite Lasalle.
I would strongly recommend you guys to come down for not only the art pieces but also the quality homebrewed coffee of different parts of the world, it is so far the most affordable and the best coffee/tea mix that I have tried...
Fyi, the boss is really knowledgeable about Coffee and the reason why he open this small cafe is to pursue his passion in Coffee making and share his coffee with as much people..

Therefore, Location :

GEISHA Specialty Coffee
175 Bencoolen Street, #01-55, Burlington Square.
(directly opposite Lasalle,Beside Sim Lim Square)
Saturday 28 May - Saturday 11 June, 2011
10:00am to 3:00pm
4:00pm to 9:00pm
[ It's a ongoing exhibition, all the artirtse will be there on this coming Saturday to talk about their artworks)

This is the link to the facebook event page, be sure to RSVP or you can invite guest too !