The Art of Remembrance is an art exhibition in support of the Alice Sloan Trust, presenting a collection of original elephant sculptures that have been created by artist and Toorak College teacher Greg Sukroo. Each one has a unique story to tell.
These exhibition pieces will be included in a silent auction at the 2016 Biennial Women’s Luncheon on Saturday, October 22, at Toorak College in Mt Eliza. Women of all ages are warmly invited to attend the lunch to share in the afternoon of friendship and view the exhibition.
Alice Sloan lost her life in 2005 at the age of 16. Inspired by the way Alice lived her life with love, passion and enthusiasm, the Trust was established by her family to provide young people from all walks of life with opportunities that may not otherwise be available.
The Trust provides financial and in-kind support to various programs that foster fun, friendship and personal development. The Biennial Women’s Luncheon is the major fundraising event for the Trust, enabling continued growth and sustainability of its programs.
The full exhibition can also be viewed at Toorak College’s VCE Art Exhibition from Thursday, October 6, to Sunday, October 9, when early bids can be made and more can be learnt about the inspiration behind each elephant.
You can book your tickets at trybooking.com/203583, and for any inquiries contact Jennie Sloan on 0411 479 118. For more information about the Alice Sloan Trust and the luncheon, visit alicesloantrust.org.au