To get a proxy bid you simply enter the maximum amount you are willing to pay into the bid form just as you would any other bid.

Payments are to be made online or to the East Aurora office only. Items are sold as-is, where-is, with no warranty written or implied.

Payments must be received within (5) business days from invoice date. Buyer is responsible for inspecting the item(s) before placing bids and prompt item .

Please make all payments payable to: Auctions International Inc.

A 14% non-discounted buyer's premium will be added to the high bid price for payments made with credit cards and debit cards.

****Note This facility will be open to pick up items April 3rd-5th from am-pm all buyers are responsible to bring their own help and equipment to remove their items.

The seller at his discretion will assist buyers to load out items with his onsite forklift****Payment Terms: Payment will be due immediately upon notification of seller approval by email invoice, after the Seller approves the bids.Buyer must contact the seller to schedule a removal appointment, before access will be granted to the merchandise. If you are going to have trouble picking your purchased items up by the deadline, call our office immediately!Terms of Sale Item(s) sold SUBJECT to seller's approval after bids close.Partnership with the France-Merrick Foundation has been particularly critical to the success of MICA's Community Arts Partnership (CAP), through which students take the lead on projects that uplift low-income communities and inner-city youth through arts-related civic leadership - using art therapy to comfort ailing hospital patients, raising issues of homelessness through exhibitions, and teaching art to elementary school students.Exceptional CAP students are selected as France-Merrick fellows and given a grant to design and pursue a "dream" project."We wanted to build upon and help facilitate MICA's involvement in the community," says Wally Pinkard, president of the France-Merrick Foundation."MICA's culture matches very well with our priorities related to encouraging higher education to play a more significant role in that area." Sarah Wren '10 looked at Pratt Institute and the School of the Arts Institute of Chicago, but came to MICA in large part because of the CAP program.However, at the end of the year, this same mother approached me and admitted how impressed she was that they pulled it together, and asked if I would be back next year so they could put on another one." Wren's experience is exactly the kind of success the France-Merrick Foundation had in mind when it partnered with MICA."Many kids don't have the advantage of access to the arts," says Pinkard."I think that one of the best aspects of MICA's program has been providing role models who are talented, young, and motivated.