Each year the Coral Springs Museum of Art proudly hosts an annual fundraiser with the mission to raise support for the Museums’ innovative and educational art programs and exhibitions.
This year’s Masterpiece Event at the Coral Springs Museum of Art is pulling out all the stops in celebration of the Museum’s 20th Anniversary. Themed “20” guests are invited to don their best white attire for a chic cocktail reception featuring mixed media artist Cory Bennett on Friday, September 15, 2017, at 7 p.m.
The “20” white party will feature live entertainment as well as specialty hors d’oeuvres, delectible tasting stations and signature cocktails.
To get involved in the planning, contact the museum by dialing (954) 340-5000. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
Tickets for the Masterpiece event are $50 per person in advance and $60 per person at the door. To purchase tickets for this year’s Masterpiece event on September 15, 2017 featuring Cory Bennett, click below:
THE GREATEST JAZZ FESTIVAL AT SEA!
You are invited to support the Museum’s educational programming and set sail with some of the world’s most notable jazz musicians.
The bidding is set to begin July 15 .
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“Our annual Masterpiece event brings art followers and community members together to experience a unique night that supports our museum and educational programming,” said Julia Andrews, the Museum’s Executive Director. “Everyone is invited to come celebrate our 20th anniversary, enjoy live entertainment, and peruse the works of many talented artists that we are privileged to display here.”
“Iconic Neo-POP” a new show created by mixed media artist Cory Bennett, will be featured in the main gallery. Bennett combines pop themes, iconic images and neo-expressionist techniques to produce work that is wary of modern society.
In addition to Bennett, the Florida Watercolor Society will be featured in the East and Kuhn Galleries. This 46th exhibition will feature works from Iain Stewart and Bev Jozwiak.
The annual Masterpiece event is sponsored in part by Masterpiece Publishing, Broward County Cultural Division, State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Watercolor Society and the City of Coral Springs.