KINC Mystery Art Sale for the charity Mind in Kingston

We are really excited to announce that Mind in Kingston and KINC, the Kingston Independent Network of Creatives, will work again in partnership to deliver the Mystery Art Sale!


Our opening night is on Friday 17th of May from 6-9pm, with a raffle, drinks and music from ELTEL, and we are also open on the 18th of May from 12-6pm.


Local photographer Paul Mowatt and colleagues from KINC are linking in with artists who will donate their original art work to be sold anonymously for a set price of only £35. This will allow people to buy a genuine art work at the fraction of the gallery price, and for all artists to given exposure to a new audience. All the proceeds will go to Mind in Kingston.


The Mystery Art Sale coincides with Mental Health Awareness Week, and will help to raise awareness of mental health issues in a positive way.



If you are an artist and you wish to donate a work, please contact Rianne Eimers at for further details. The closing date for submissions is the 12th of May 2019

Art works must be 19.7cm by 14.7cm, or 7.75 inches by 5.75 inches with a minimum of a 5mm/ 0.25 inch border. All works will be professionally framed and mounted.


Signatures must be put on the back of the back of the work.



Please be aware, if the artwork is not the correct size it will not fit into the uniform frame, mount and sleeve.


Many, many thanks in advance, we really appreciate the time you donate.


If you wish to help us out as a volunteer or come along as a supporter, please contact us on 020 8255 3939 or email


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Why Support Mind

Mental health problems affect many of us in one way or another at some point in our lives, and it is good to know that support and advice is always available from MIND. Helping to raise awareness is especially important at this particular time, when the taboos surrounding mental wellbeing are being dispelled in media initiatives boosted by the involvement of the younger Royals.


About KINC

Kingston Independent Network of Creatives aims to develop a thriving arts culture in the borough of Kingston upon Thames by enabling professional opportunities for our artists through engagement with communities, local businesses and the public sector.


About MIND

MIND is an organisation providing information, advice, support and services for people with mental health difficulties.

MIND services deliver - help for people to live independently in the community, mental health awareness training, user involvement services, and patient councils. In addition, there are two drop-in cafes providing low level support, and a range of activities including a music group and football team.

KINC and artists for MIND Kingston Mystery Art Sale
Paul Mowatt brings the community together for Mind Kingston 2018 Mystery Art Sale