MarinScapes 2020 – The Grand Finale Goes Virtual!
Join us for the online version of the final year of MarinScapes! Together, we will celebrate 32 years of Art That Changes Lives – and Buckelew Programs’ 50th Anniversary!
Though we cannot gather together these days as we planned, we can still celebrate community and art, and raise critical funds for the support of essential mental health,
suicide prevention, recovery and homeless services that our community now needs more than ever! There are 3 ways to support mental health access and equity.
MarinScapes 2020 is proudly supported by the generousity of the companies and individuals listed below.
How Does It Work?
When is this happening?
May 28–31, 2020 – because May is Mental Health Month!
Like to attend the (virtual) live event on May 28th ?
Step 1-Sign up here to receive an invitation to the live event.
Step 2- While the LIVE event is free, registration is required seperately for the Fund-A-Need.
Please register HERE in advance to be able to donate, buy art or bid at the auction.
Where ? In your own home or on your phone. You have arrived!
We know why we're here. To see classic, timeless landscape art, celebrate with [cyber] friends and raise money to support the essential services of Buckelew Programs ( Pssst... we're turning 50 this year!) No shopping for you? Please use the donation form below to take a stand for mental health today!
Art that Changes Lives. For the last 32 years, MarinScapes artists like Kathleen Lipinski, Steve Emery (work pictured here) and Jack Scott have tirelessly contributed to make this exhibit & sale a reality for 30+ Artists, benefitting the clients & families of Buckelew Programs since 1970. [Did we mention we're turning 50?].
We CAN be together! We are united in our mission and look forward to seeing you on our 30 minute Zoom™ call on May 28th 7pm. It's FREE to attend and requires registration in advance. [Now is a good time, click here to register]. You'll here from Buckelew's CEO, Chris Kughn, State Senator, Mike McGuire plus the real life experience of hope, recovery and resilience from former Helen Vine Recovery center client. Not to be missed!