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Artober auction to benefit Carnegie
Artober auction
Lucinda Kasser’s “Oak Tree” painting was one of the items auctioned in the 2020 Artober event.

As part of the 10th anniversary season, the Carnegie Arts Center will present the annual Artober auction in person as well as online this fall.

Artober is a fine art, crafts and antiques auction. Donated items will be showcased for bidding over a nine-day period, Oct. 16-24, on the fundraising site Bidding Owl. Auction items will also be on display in the Carnegie’s McVey Loft. This will allow interested bidders to see the items and make their bids in person if they wish. The fall fundraiser always generates much-needed resources for ongoing educational programs and exhibitions, allowing the Carnegie to bring the very best in the arts to children, families and residents throughout the Central Valley.

Bidding will be held in person during the Carnegie’s open hours (10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday) from Oct. 16-24 or anytime at