#CelebrateSarah at Freeskier’s 2nd annual photo exhibition and fundraiser at ArtHaus Denver

January 20th, 2014 by

Last year during the SIA Snow Show, Freeskier held an exhibit at the ArtHaus in Denver, Colorado, showcasing selections from the 2013 Photo Annual. The prints were available for purchase via silent auction, with all proceeds benefitting the Sarah Burke Foundation. A few of our favorite shots of Sarah also adorned the walls of the ArtHaus, and athletes, industry folk, and friends gathered to celebrate the life of one of freeskiing’s most beloved, and influential leaders. When the night was over, nearly five thousand dollars had been raised for the foundation; given the event’s great success, we’re doing it all over again in 2014.

Join us amid the upcoming SIA Snow Show for the second annual photo exhibition and fundraiser, hosted (once again) by the ArtHaus gallery. Enjoy food and drink provided by Pabst Blue Ribbon and Tender Belly, and take in some of the best photography that Freeskier had to offer throughout its sixteenth volume. In addition to bidding on professionally framed photos, guests will have the option this year of donating a reasonable $50 in exchange for a limited edition Sarah poster, and “Sarah” branded facemask from Phunkshun Wear.

Pack-House

A packed house at last year’s photo exhibition from the ArtHaus in Denver.

So mark it on your calendar, and come #CelebrateSarah along with sponsors Pabst Blue Ribbon, Tender Belly, Monster Energy, Harmonic Media, Level 1, and Phunkshun Wear Facemasks, on January 30, from 7 to 11 p.m. at the ArtHaus in Denver. Mingle with friends both new and old, meet the pros, contribute for a great cause and pay tribute to the late Sarah.

When:

Thursday, January 30, 7 – 11 P.M. (SIA Snow Show)

Location:

The ArtHaus
3343 Larimer Street, Denver, Co 80205

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About the author:
Donny O'Neill hails from the mystical, faraway land of New Hartford, CT. When he's not in the mountains searching for Big Foot, he's the Associate Editor here at Freeskier.