Transport yourself to the world of Claude Monet’s famous impressionist paintings with our “Evening in Giverny” theme at the Anderson Arts Center. As you step into the Arts Center, you’ll feel like you’ve entered a work of art, surrounded by beauty and creativity. This year’s event promises to be a memorable one, with a silent auction featuring a wide variety of artwork, French inspired cuisine that will tantalize your taste buds, creative cocktails to enjoy, and live entertainment to keep you inspired throughout the evening.

The “Evening in Giverny” theme will immerse you in the enchanting world of Monet’s masterpieces, with stunning decorations and ambiance that evoke the spirit of his iconic paintings. As you peruse the artwork up for auction, you’ll have the chance to bid on pieces that inspire and captivate you, all while supporting the Arts Center and its mission to promote creativity and artistic expression in our community.

Funds raised from the auction will help us continue to provide a platform for artists to showcase their work, offer educational programs, and contribute to the cultural enrichment of our community. By attending the auction and participating in the various activities planned for the evening, attendees will not only have a wonderful time but also contribute to the sustainability of our Arts Center.

Join us for an unforgettable night that celebrates art, beauty, and generosity. Experience the magic of Monet’s Giverny right in our own Arts Center, and contribute to a cause that enriches the lives of artists and art lovers alike. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of something truly special.

Saturday, August 17, 2024 at 6:30pm
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The Kitchen Emporium and Gifts

Anna and Wes Giles

Kimberly and Billy Spears

Vicki Anderson

Kay and Juan Brown

Lee Hancock

Deane and Richard King

Julie Barton

Ann and Jim Herbert

Polly Richardson

Sally Yon

Ton and Sherrill Hall

Diann Simms

Donnis and Jim Cox

VIP ticket includes 6 pm admission.
The sponsorship levels are taken from titles of Claude Monet paintings.