Today is the official launch of Ramp Up 2022!
We are so excited to bring our annual fundraiser back in a new format this year. The hybrid nature of this year’s event will give everyone an opportunity to experience our iconic art ramp auction, regardless of geographic location.
Visit fundraiser.bid/RampUp2022 to see the incredible works of art on ramp-shaped canvases and bid on your favourite pieces from the comfort of… wherever!
The 23 pieces, made by talented local artists, will also be on display at Tangled Art Gallery during the hours noted below. They are available for bidding online starting today until Saturday, December 17th.
If you’re in Toronto, come by and enjoy the ramps in person during the following gallery hours:
Wednesday, December 14th from 12 – 7 pm*
Thursday, December 15th from 12 – 5 pm
Friday, December 16th from 12 – 4:30 pm
Saturday, December 17th from 12 – 5 pm
The StopGap staff team, Luke and Velanie, will be at the gallery on Wednesday, December 14th from 4 to 7 pm. We hope to see you there!
*Between 6-7 pm, please enter from the building entrance near Spadina Ave, next to the Mama’s Pizza, which leads to the ground level of 401 Richmond. The other entrance near Peter and Richmond St will be closed after 6 pm.
Tangled Art Gallery is located at 401 Richmond St. W, S-124, in Toronto. The gallery is wheelchair accessible via the entrance near Spadina Ave, near Mama’s Pizza.
Click here for detailed instructions on how to find the gallery within the 401 Richmond building. During your visit, be sure to check out the other amazing galleries, shops, and cafes that 401 Richmond has to offer. The washrooms within the building are unfortunately only partially accessible as they do not have power door openers, so please keep that in mind for your visit.
Additionally, please note that face masks are required within Tangled Art Gallery – thanks for understanding!
Online bidding will close on Saturday, December 17th at 5 pm. Winning bidders will acquire a beautiful piece of original artwork while contributing to StopGap’s important awareness raising work in communities all over Canada.