Good Day to you All!

One Million Bones is a fundraising art installation project designed to recognize the millions killed and displaced by genocide and mass atrocities.

OMB will be hosting a Silent Auction on February 4, 2011 and we are looking for artists willing to donate works of art to be auctioned. Proceeds from the Auction will go toward reaching our goal, as well as, to our partnership organizations that assist survivors of genocide .

We are asking artists to submit works of art by January 4, 2010.

If you would like to get involved, please contact One Million Bones at (505) 314-1112.

We are located downtown at 119 Gold SW Albuquerque, NM

Thank you!

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Dear One Million Bones:

Count me in. : )

Hi Sarah.

Just to let you know we have canceled our February event. However we will be rescheduling it for sometime in November 2011 and are still accepting art donations. The January deadline has been extended so if you were still interested in donating, you will have some extra time.


Thank you for getting involved and for your support! :D


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