SpacerArt of BLIZZARD Benefit Show for "Child's Play"

Art of BLIZZARD Benefit Show for "Child's Play"

Art of BLIZZARD Benefit Show for "Child's Play"
March 8, 2008 - March 17, 2008
Mar 8, 7:00PM - 11:00PM

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The creative talent behind Blizzard Entertainment® will hold an exhibition showcasing rarely seen artwork by their talented team of concept artists straight from Blizzard studios. If you are a fan of the games or fantasy art in general, this is your opportunity to obtain a rare piece of the popular games. 

All artwork on display will also be for sale or auction with all proceeds going to benefit Child’s Play.

Created by Penny Arcade, Child’s Play is a Seattle-based, game industry charity dedicated to improving the lives of children with toys and games in over 40 hospitals worldwide. 

Artists and developers will be in attendance to discuss the work and greet fans.  Plus, you don’t want to miss the live demos of the new World of Warcraft® trading card game.


*All bidders must be bidding in person or have a representative bid for them. The gallery cannot take phone calls to bid for you. 

*Please write legibly and do not cross out other people's bids. 

*All bids must stop at 10pm

Buying Instructions for the Silent Auction

Auction Begins at 7:00pm and ends at 10:00pm

Step 1: Sign in as a bidder by filling out your name and contact info to the bidder sheet.

Step 2: Now that you are a registered bidder, View the pieces in the show and decide your favorites.  

Step 3: Look for the auction form below your favorite pieces and place your bid by writing your name and bid amount. Bids are placed in sequential order so if you are bidder #5 someone can outbid you as bidder #6.

Step 4: Check on the pieces you bid on throughout the night and offer counter bids on your favorite pieces. 

Step 5: Before the auction ends at 10:00pm you should see who is outbidding you and decide if you wish to place any more bids at the last minute. 

Step 6: Once the auction is over the gallery will collect all the sheets and the winners will be contacted through email or phone. The artwork will be available for pickup March 17.