the win win 12 banner: clusters of colored shaped on either side, with the words "win win 12" in the middle in white sans serif font with colored shapes in the background. Black sans serif text below reads "NIAD Art Center Benefit Art Auction and Fundraiser. Saturday May 18, 2024. Bridge Art Storage, 23 Maine Ave, Richmond, CA."
NIAD artist Karla Alfaro - a woman with light brown skin wearing a loose red tunic - smiles and looks off camera as she poses in front of a wall of her artwork.
Artist Karla Alfaro, photo by Andria Lo
NIAD artist Luis Estrada - a man with light brown skin wearing a black hooded sweatshirt - holding two blue drumsticks, sitting in a red chair in front of a wall displaying his paintings.
Artist Luis Estrada, photo by Andria Lo

Join us at Bridge Art Space in Richmond for NIAD’s Win Win 12 Benefit Art Auction, the can’t-miss art event of the year celebrating and supporting NIAD Art Center.

At Win Win 12, artists take center stage, showcasing the dynamic creativity nurtured in Richmond and beyond. Let’s come together to bask in the splendor of art, the resilience of community, and the boundless possibilities on the horizon.

This year, we’re shining a spotlight on two cherished members of the NIAD community: Studio Director Liam Golden and NIAD studio artist Felicia Griffin.

Prepare for an unforgettable event filled with great art, the best community, culinary delights, and Bay Area beats. Indulge in Reem’s culinary offerings while grooving to DJs Lamont and Billy Zillions.

Win Win 12’s Silent Auction is open for bidding and features works by NIAD Studio artists, including works by artists recently included in OMCA and SFMOMA’s permanent collections!

Our Live Auction includes artworks by art world luminaries Saif Azzuz, Reniel Del Rosario, Kristin Farr, Julia Goodman, Patricia Iglesias, Karen May, Marlon Mullen, Mel Prest, Jeffrey Sincich, Victoria Wagner, Arstanda Billy White and Lena Wolff. These works will be available to preview on April 15th.

a geometric abstraction in a rainbow spectrum on a round surface lying on a patch of grass, taken from above.
Artwork by Kristin Farr

It’s truly the art auction of the year!

Your Win Win 12 ticket purchase automatically registers you to participate in both the Live and the Silent Auctions. This year, if you can’t be with us for the Live Auction, we will offer a live Hybrid Auction for those that want to bid from elsewhere.

This is your chance to enhance your collection while making a real difference in the lives of artists with disabilities.

🌟 Launching alongside our Live Auction will be tickets for the Win Win 12 Raffle!

Don’t miss out on the chance to win incredible Bay Area adventures like behind-the-scenes tours of beloved art studios and renowned art institutions, only-in-the-Bay days, and unique experiences throughout the vibrant creative heart of the Bay Area.

Mark your calendars and get ready to purchase your Raffle tickets for a shot at these amazing opportunities! 🌟

NIAD artist Arstanda Billy White - a man with dark brown skin - wearing an SF giants hat, showing his bicep in front of one of his paintings depicting two figures in a landscape, in an art fair setting.
Artist Arstanda Billy White with his painting at FOG Fair
NIAD artist Arstanda Billy White - a man with dark brown skin wearing a gray sweatsuit holding a cane - dances with NIAD artist Felicia Griffin - a woman with dark brown skin wearing a black beanie - at NIAD's Win Win 11 party.
Artists Arstanda Billy White and Felicia Griffin at Win Win 11
Four abstract canvases displayed on easels and leaning against the wall in NIAD's studio.
Work by Felicia Griffin and Tre’Von Silva.

As we celebrate decades of artistic excellence, your participation in Win Win 12 reaffirms our commitment to fostering a more inclusive art world.

Let’s ignite positive change, one contemporary artwork at a time.

Want to support this event in a very meaningful way? Consider sponsoring Win Win 12! Join us on our journey towards a brighter, more vibrant art community.

Win Win 12 Accessibility + Safety

The Win Win planning committee is working hard to make Win Win 12 a safe and accessible event!

We do our best to anticipate your needs. But if we’ve missed something, please contact Chrissie at with any additional access requests!

There are a few ramps to enter the Bridge event space. The event site is mostly one level, with some ground changes. The sidewalk features multiple curb cut-outs, wide enough for wheelchair access.

The building does not have automatic doors. 

Designated parking spaces are available.

The restrooms are accessible to people using mobility devices. The Bridge provides gender-neutral restroom facilities.

For visually-impaired visitors, we will provide large print options of both signage and the program to ensure equal access to information. 

ASL and Spanish language interpretation will be available.

Public transportation to the Bridge is limited. The Bridge is about a 20 minute bus ride, plus a few minutes of walking, from the Richmond BART station. The neighborhood does not have dependable sidewalks. Public transit info can be found here.

Richmond offers a $2 on-demand shuttle with wheelchair service called Richmond Moves.

We kindly ask all attendees to wear masks indoors. Thank you!