Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Artrageous Art Silent Auction
Teen Art Silent Auction Benefiting Teen Educational Programs at the Dallas Museum of Art
An Affair of the Art has been the city’s premier event for young professionals for the past two decades, raising more than $2 million for the DMA since its inception. Last year’s event was a record-breaking success—over 500 of Dallas’s young leaders attended the soiree, raising the funds to completely underwrite a year’s worth of teen educational programs at the DMA. Proceeds from this year's gala will again support programs for teens at the DMA, programs that fill an important community need by providing youth with creative ways to learn about and connect with art.
To showcase the talents of teen artists, the committee would like to include a silent auction of works created by high school students in Pre-AP and AP Studio Art classes in DFW. Pre-AP and AP Studio Art students are invited to submit an original two-dimensional artwork to be considered for the silent auction. The final student works selected for auction will be chosen by a panel of art consultants, collectors, and a DMA curator.