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Brendan Murphy, Featured Artist of the Rogers Cup, Hosts Charity Art Auction with Star Tennis Player

Friday, August 1st 2014 – Brendan Murphy, the featured artist of the Rogers Cup is having his first art exhibition in Toronto entitled “18 Floors”. Star ATP players will be in attendance at the event, as Brendan has done a variety of portraits of tennis players in the past, and is renowned for his enthusiasm in combining the worlds of art and sport.

During the “18 Floors” event Brendan’s signature works will be auctioned off and guests will be invited to buy limited edition Roger’s Cup posters created by Brendan, and signed by ATP players in the Roger’s Cup. Both the Arthur Ashe Learning Centre, and the Novak Djokovic Foundation will receive proceeds from the auction and the poster sales.

WHO: Brendan Murphy, Star ATP Players, Roger’s Cup Executives, and VIPs

WHEN: Tuesday, August 5th 2014, 6pm to 10pm.

WHERE: Cambria Showroom, 91 Parliament St. Toronto

Tickets for the exclusive event are available here. If you are unable to make it to the event, you can still purchase one of the limited edition Roger’s Cup posters created by Brendan online.

Arthur Ashe Learning Center:

Inspired by Arthur Ashe’s proactive life as a conscience leader, humanitarian, educator and athlete, the Arthur Ashe Learning Center promotes his legacy to educate and motivate individuals – with an emphasis toward inspiring youth. By vividly focusing upon the areas of education, health and wellness, citizenship and self-reliance, the AALC fosters empowerment and leadership in the individual and the community, elevating their sense of purpose and quality of life.

The Novak Djokovic Foundation:

The NDF believes in a world where all children have an equal chance to grow up and develop into productive, caring citizens of the world. Their mission is to enable children from disadvantaged communities to grow up, play and develop in stimulating, creative and safe settings, whilst learning to respect others and care for their environment. Early childhood education gives a child a chance to return strongly to any challenge and become a winner in any field. For more information on The Novak Djokovic Foundation please visit

World 143 Movement:

World 143 is creating a platform to inspire and compel social change. The platform provides inspirational stories, exclusive access and unique experiences that encourage self-empowerment. For more information on the 143 movement please visit

For further information please contact:

Michelle Hoover,, (705) 795-3406

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