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TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT!

After months of hard work, tonight we are launching our 2014 Save Wild Tiger Art Exhibition: THRIVE.

Curated by Lauren Baker, the exhibition shows some truly incredible pieces of tiger inspired art which we hope will raise awareness for the species. We are very lucky to have 20 talented artists working with us on this and we want to take this opportunity to thank everyone of them. 

You can visit the show from tomorrow (14th May) until Sunday (18th May). 

Address: 

The Sanderson Hotel

50 Beners Street

London

W1T 3NG

All of the fabulous work will be available to bid on throughout the exhibition until the 20th May. For more details please email lucy@savewildtigers.org

Make sure you pop along to the Sanderson and take a look!



Thank you to Experience Days!

Many thanks to Experience Days for their generous donation towards our raffle of a vintage flight experience for our Save Wild Tiger Art Exhibition launch tonight!

For more information on other fantastic experiences you can enjoy, go to their website: http://www.experiencedays.co.uk

 

 



OUR FIRST SAVE WILD TIGER EVENT OF 2014 (THRIVE) STARTS THIS WEEK!

This year we are very lucky to have an incredible group of artists working with us to help save wild tigers. These talented individuals have come together and created an amazing array of tiger inspired art works which will be exhibited at the Sanderson, London.
Our 2014 SWT art exhibition artists include: AP, Cassandra Yap, Chapter, Chiara Lisa Perano and Bellerby & co, Chris Wright, Claire Bentley Smith, Clara Bacou, Jane McCracken, Laura Lian, Lauren Baker, Magnus Gjoen, Mark Powell, Mikey Brain, Otto Schade, Pampa Louzao, Roger Hooper, Rohan Chhabra, Shannon Rose Lane and Yanskiy
 
THRIVE:14th - 18th May 2014
Open each day from 9.30am - 7pm
This is a FREE event open to all (although donations are very welcome!)
 
All the art work will be sold in aid of Save Wild Tigers on the 20th May at our Mango Tree tiger dinner although anyone can place a bid before this date as part  of our ongoing silent auction which will run from the 14th to the 20th of May. You can place a bid either online (by emailing lucy@savewildtigers.org) or by visiting the exhibition itself and placing a bid at the Sanderson. 
 
Exhibition location:
The Sanderson Hotel, 
50 Berners Street
London
W1T 3NG
 
If placing a bid remotely, please email lucy@savewildtigers.org with the following information:
 
- Your name
- Your email address
- A contact telephone number
- The title of the piece you would like to bid on 
- The artists name
- Your bid (in £GBP)
 
Please take a good look at the gallery here - http://www.savewildtigers.org/inspired/thrive-auction  - these are some of the incredible art works that will be exhibited at THRIVE. If you scroll over each piece you will see its title and the name of the artist who created it. If you are out-bidded we will email you to let you know in case you would like to bid again.  Many thanks and happy bidding!
 


THRIVE - Our 2014 Save Wild Tiger Art Exhibition

Less than a week to go until THRIVE. Our Save Wild Tiger Art Exhibition.

Curated by Lauren Baker and involving 20 incredible artists, this is an exhibition not to be missed!

The exhibition is taking place at the Sanderson Hotel (50 Berners Street) in London from the 14th to the 18th of May. You can visit between 9.30 and 7pm each day and entry is FREE. 

Please spread the word and make sure you pop along. It is going to be grrrrreat! 

 

 



Gok Wan shows his support for THRIVE

We're not the only ones excited about THRIVE! 

"Art has always been a big part of my life and it's wonderful to see so many fabulous pieces of original & contemporary tiger inspired art coming together at “Thrive” - a one off art exhibition at The Sanderson Hotel from 14th-19th May all in aid of Save Wild Tigers."- Gok Wan

20 Artists. One Cause. To Save Wild Tigers.

Where: The Sanderson Hotel, London

When: 14th - 19th May 2014

Art to be auctioned at the Mango Tree Tiger Dinner on the 20th May in aid of Save Wild Tigers.