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Art To Dine For
benefiting the Creative Alliance, the Art and Soul

Sep 8- Nov 15
Thirty-two amazing soirees in this scintillating series of fab fall gatherings in gorgeous, arts centric environments. Tour the harbor in a vintage motor launch. Go crabbing! Dig on Bahamian cuisine, dancing the night away in a cool under-ground venue. Hear Gary Vikan channel Elvis. See Doreen Bolger’s gracious home. Visit world class collections of art – from ancient Indian to twentieth century Warhols.

Amazing environments, amazing dining and drinks, and the funniest conversation and company ever!

Samples include…

on Sept 8 | 6-9 pm – Sunset Cruisin’ & Crabs
Crabs & beer | Casual w/deck shoes
16 guests | $100
Raindate: Mon Sept 15
Arts attorney and former CA trustee Scott Johnson and his co-captain, sculptor Rodney Carroll invite you to enjoy a Canton sunset dockside with crabs and beer. Cruise the inner harbor in Scott’s gorgeous mahogany runabout “Mellotron,” a stunning custom-built, triple-cockpit 1930’s replica HackerCraft.

and

Wed Oct 15 | 6:30-9pm – Latin on the Hill
Tapas plates | Latin flair | 12 Guests | $85
Internationally known Chilean artist Soledad Salamé, hosts an intimate dinner party at her Victorian brownstone home-studio in Reservoir Hill. Enjoy a beautifully presented culinary meal with multicultural flavors by Irena Stein of Azafrán Catering. Dine surrounded by Soledad’s latest artwork and her Latin American arts collection.

For ALL of the Art to Dine For dates, click here.

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