Don’t miss the chance to acquire a truly unique piece of art, as the remaining bovine beauties raise money for some very worthy causes at the final CowParade auction.
The auction takes place during a glamorous evening at Hampton Court Palace on 17th November 2016. Starting at 6.30pm guests will be guided up the Kings staircase and greeted with a champagne reception in the Cartoon Gallery. This magnificent oak-panelled room overlooks the Fountain Garden where guests can gaze down at the beautiful grazing cows. Guests will then be guided to the Great Hall where a delicious three-course meal, courtesy of Rhubarb, will be served at 7.30pm before the final and most important phase of the CowParade gets underway – the gala auction.
CowParade Perth 2016 will feature 40 life-sized fiberglass cows, painted and styled by some of Western Australia’s most exciting artists and creatives. The cows will be exhibited for six weeks from 31 October in malls, parks, iconic buildings and precincts, with some auctioned at the 2016 Lexus Ball for Telethon, raising money to support child health research.
Find out more about CowParade Perth here or by visiting the links below.
CowParade Perth 2016: Designer Kathryn Cizeika unveils Empire Rose Jersey Girl
ZOE VAN ZANTEN, PerthNow
WHILE she has had to deal with some demanding divas before, Kathryn Cizeika has never styled a cow — until now.
The Empire Rose designer was one of many WA artists commissioned to create their own bovine piece for CowParade Perth, one of the world’s biggest public art events.
It took the designer more than a month to deck out her cow using her signature sequin embellished fabric with automotive paint, reflective vinyl car wrap, glowmesh and Swarovski crystals. Read more…
From 31 October to 11 December, the City of Perth will host the world’s biggest public art event, CowParade Perth 2016. This not to be missed free event will feature 40 cows across various City locations. Click Here to visit the official event website.
Perth will join other major cities such as New York, Paris and Tokyo who have previously hosted CowParades across the globe. The cows arrived as blank canvases and have been painstakingly crafted, sculpted, painted and reconstructed by some of Western Australia’s most captivating artists and hottest fashion designers. These transformed cows will be exhibited for six weeks throughout City malls, parks, iconic buildings and precincts, with some auctioned at the 2016 Lexus Ball for Telethon, raising vital money to support child health research.
CowParade started in Chicago in 1999 and has grown to become the largest and most successful temporary public art event in the world. The blank cow sculptures remain the same from city to city. However, the local artists transforming the sculptures make each event unique. To date, over 250 million people have experienced the wonder of the CowParade with over $30 million raised worldwide for charitable organisations.