The annual gala for the University Museum, this year titled Eine Kleine Kit Kat Klub, will take place on September 10, 2011. The gala will feature several original art works as part of its silent auction. Bids will be taken during the gala, to be held in the University Museum and the Blue Room in Sutton Hall.
The gala, which raises funds for the University Museum, costs $125 per person and will include live music and dance along with a special jewelry raffle. The RSVP date has been extended to September 7.
Ceramic vase with black-pearl glaze — artist, John Conrad
“Canyon Suite XIV” — collage created from photos of the Grand Canyon, framed — artist, William A. Double
Free-form crochet neckpiece with Swarovski crystals — artist, Barbara Kubala
Raku ceramic vase with copper glaze — artist, Catherine Paterson
“Civil War Soldier” — acrylic on canvas, framed, painted at Soldiers and Sailors Museum in Pittsburgh — artist, Kitty Spangler
Hand-dyed pashmina scarf, itajime shibori method — artist, Sandra Trimble
Flying cherub figure of wood and plaster with gold leaf — artist unknown
“Classic Overtures” - award-winning acrylic on canvas, framed — artist, Ned Wert
September 10, 20116:00 p.m.University Museum, John Sutton Hall
Inspired by early German Expressionists, this year’s gala includes a cocktail reception, exhibition preview, dinner, live entertainment, raffle, and auction. The RSVP date has been extended to September 7, 2011.
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