Rated Art 2019

Saturday / June 8 / 8-11pm

RATED ART 2019: 8 to 11 PM
VIP COCKTAIL HOUR & SNEAK PREVIEW: 7 to 8 PM

Join us for a festive evening of art-inspired cocktails and delicacies from the area’s finest restaurants, along with exceptional art and creative happenings. Participate in our silent auction and engage with AAC residents in their studios. All proceeds benefit AAC’s exhibition, education, and resident artist programs.

VIPs will gain exclusive early access to this year’s unique cocktail and food pairings along with a sneak preview of our silent auction, and a special performance by artist Lorenzo Cardim. VIPs will be automatically entered to win a unique VIP-only raffle prize.

SILENT AUCTION ARTISTS:
Michèle Colburn / Lee Gainer / Roxana Alger Geffen / Sarah Hardesty / Becca Kallem / Bridget Sue Lambert / Stephanie Lane / Marissa Long / Ryan McCoy / Olivia Tripp Morrow / Jen Noone / Jung Min Park / Lyric Prince / Pam Rogers / Austin Shull / Jessica van Brakle / Alice Whealin / Dawn Whitmore

FOOD & BEVERAGE PARTNERS:
Baba/Ambar / Buena Vida/TTT Mexican Diner / Delia’s / SER / Devils Backbone Brewing Company / Main Event Caterers / MurLarkey Distilled Spirits / Lyon Hall

SPONSORS:
Union Bank & Trust / AFR Furniture Rental / Ballston BID / NOVA Cat Clinic / Jean & Richard Barton / Jim Coates / Liz Georges / Amanda Phillips / Paul Robinson / Joe & Carol Shull / Johno Steffen / Bridgette & Dennis Weitzel

Music by DJ Esso

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