This year’s exhibitions will take place in our new Dublin venue – the Sol Gallery, Dublin from 24th to 26th April and in the Lavit Gallery in Cork from 22nd to 23rd May with previews available in both locations the day before. Each of these original art pieces will be sold to the public on a first-come-first-served basis for €50 – the twist is that no one will know the identity of the artist until after they buy the pieces.
The pieces will be available for viewing on www.incognito.ie from 24th March.
With works of art by new and internationally acclaimed artists, illustrators and designers valued at many times the sale price, this is an opportunity to find yourself the owner of a collector’s dream or simply an artwork that you love. Now in its fourth year, the art initiative has proven to be a huge success, with last year’s sell-out event raising over €120,000 for Jack & Jill. Every €16 raised funds one hour of home nursing care for over 340 children who under Jack & Jill’s wing today; children with severe developmental delay who may never walk or talk or paint a picture themselves. They are precious children who do better at home with their families supported by the Jack & Jill nursing care service.
The Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation is proud to continue to be sponsored by William Fry for this award-winning public arts initiative. (Best creative staff engagement at the AB to AA Awards) William Fry’s support of INCOGNITO is just one part of the firm’s commitment to the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation. As well as supporting the Foundation through fundraising, volunteering and pro bono activities, William Fry has also pledged to donate significantly over a three-year period, which started in 2017.
Keep an eye on our Incognito Facebook page to see which artists are taking part this year