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Art Raffle

Take a Chance on Art!

The annual art raffle benefits the TLA Disaster Relief Fund, created to assist libraries in Texas as they recover from natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, hailstorms, and fires.

Kazuhiro “Kazu” Kibuishi has generously donated one of his illustrations to benefit the TLA Disaster Relief Fund. Kazu is a Japanese-born American graphic novel author and illustrator. He is best known for being the creator and editor of the comic anthology Flight, and the author and illustrator of the Amulet series.

Purchase one raffle ticket for $5 or five tickets for $25.  Tickets will be sold on-site at TLA 2024 in Austin, and the winning ticket will be drawn at General Session III on Friday, April 19 at 11am. Winner does not have to be present to win.

 

Gallery of Past Artwork

Thanks to all of the illustrators who have donated original artworks to help build the Disaster Relief Fund and to all who have contributed generously to the fund since its inception.

2023: Jerry Craft 2022: Don Tate 2021: Man One 2019: Rosemary Wells
2018: Jarrett Krosoczka 2017: Xavier Garza 2016: Carolyn Dee Flores 2015: Barney Saltzberg
2014: Grace Lin 2013: Tom Shefelman 2012: Julian Hector 2011: Melanie Hope Greenberg
2010: Susan L. Roth 2009: Don Tate 2008: Diane Stanley 2007: Lynn Rowe Reed
2006: Brian Floca 2005: Susan Jeffers 2004: Will Hillenbrand 2003: Denise Fleming
2002: Roxie Munro 2001: Adrienne Yorinks 2000: Nicole Rubel 1999: Rosemary Wells

 

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