TAFETA and Addis Fine Art London presnt A Christmas Salon featuring works by selected artists from both galleries in aid of the Ethiopian Heritage Fund and CASPA. 20% of the proceeds from this exhibition will go towards these wonderful charities.
The Ethiopian Heritage Fund (formerly the Committee for the Preservation and Promotion of Ethiopian Heritage (CPPEH)), was established and incorporated as a British charity in 2005 aimed at supporting the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church (EOTC) in its efforts to preserve, conserve and promote its artistic heritage. Since then it has widened its remit, working to aid the conservation of artifacts and paintings and to provide advice and education on their maintenance. Its other stated aim is to raise awareness of these beautiful objects within Ethiopia.
CASPA is a unique, rapidly growing and award-winning charity that was set up in 2002, working to support children, young people & families affected by Autism. CASPA runs social clubs, specialist trampolining and technology projects, holiday programmes, residential trips and family support; all with the focus on enabling young people to access what they are entitled to - fun, friendship and an independent future! CASPA is based in the London Borough of Bromley and currently work with around 300 children and young people every week, primarily at The Link Youth Centre, Orpington, The Hawes Down Children's Centre, BAT Hub, West Wickham and Bromley and Downham Youth Club, Bromley.
TAFETA + Addis Fine Art London