Month: April 2014

There’s No Place Like Home: The Paley Center for Media!

Shannon and Boone costumes from LOST, on exhibit at The Paley Center for Media

As we previously announced, there is a new LOST exhibit at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, CA. It features screen-used LOST props and costumes that will be up for bid in our next charity auction in September – hosted by Blacksparrow Auctions! 100% of the proceeds from all auction items sold on behalf of Cancer Gets LOST will be donated directly to the American Cancer Society, and a portion of all proceeds from consigned items acquired by Blacksparrow Auctions will also be donated to the ACS!

The Paley Center is generously hosting an official reception on Thursday, April 24 called Get LOST at The Paley – we will both be there, along with the press and a few special guests! The event is open to the public, but you must RSVP to the email address on the invite below.

The exhibit will be on display for the next several months, so we hope that many of you have the chance to visit and let us know about your experience! We are so grateful for this opportunity, and would like to thank both Blacksparrow Auctions and The Paley Center for Media for allowing us to be a part of this amazing exhibit. Their support, in addition to the incredible ongoing support of the LOST community, continues to be equally humbling and motivating. Our #1 goal and priority is to raise awareness and money for cancer charities, and because of YOU we are able to do so!

In addition, we have made a few familiar LOST friends during our ongoing charity auction outreach, and recently Nestor Carbonell kindly recorded this video to help us promote the cause!

Namaste, Nestor! And we hope to see many of you next week!
– Jared and Jo 

Hosted by Another: Blacksparrow Auctions & The Paley Center LOST Exhibit!

 

NEW AUCTION HOST!

We are equally excited and relieved to have partnered with Blacksparrow Auctions to host our next charity auction in September! Fong and his team at Blacksparrow have many years of experience in the auction industry, and they are also huge LOST fans.

In addition to the hundreds of items from LOST and various other television shows that Cancer Gets LOST has amassed for the upcoming auction, Blacksparrow has a large collection of official LOST props, costumes and set pieces on consignment that will be featured in the auction as well! 100% of the proceeds from all items sold on behalf of CGL will be donated directly to the American Cancer Society, and a portion of all proceeds from consigned items will also be donated to the ACS!

LOST EXHIBIT AT THE PALEY CENTER: RECEPTION THIS WEEKEND!

Are you a LOST fan living in the Los Angeles area? Join us this Sunday (April 13) from 3pm – 5pm for a casual reception at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, which has just unveiled a brand new LOST exhibit!

Dharma purge costume

The LOST exhibit at The Paley Center features screen-used props, costumes and set pieces exclusively provided by our auction host partner Blacksparrow Auctions – as well as a few items provided by Cancer Gets LOST. A majority of the items featured in this exhibit will be available for you to bid on in our next charity auction, which will open in September! As we mentioned, 100% of the proceeds from all auction items sold on behalf of Cancer Gets LOST will be donated directly to the American Cancer Society, and a portion of all proceeds from the consigned items will also be donated to the ACS!

Misc. Oceanic 815 items

The exhibit will be open for the next several months, and various LOST items will be rotated in and out every month or so to allow for new props to be on display.

Locke’s coffin and crutches!

The Paley Center for Media is located on 465 North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. Admission is free and the hours are noon-5pm, Wednesday-Sunday. Parking is available for free to the general public in the Paley Center parking lot located off of S. Santa Monica Blvd.

Oceanic 815 seats

We hope to see you there on Sunday – and if you are able to visit The Paley Center in the next few months while the LOST exhibit is on display, please let us know what you think!

Namaste,
Jared & Jo