Jillian Willis is thrilled to announce a captivating charitable event, set to take place on September 19th, 2023, from 6-9pm at Studio 87 in Dundalk, Maryland, showcasing a delightful fusion of jazz and art for a great cause.  Attendees are encouraged to use their imaginations, immerse themselves in the art, and be greater advocates of the arts after their experience.
The event promises to be an unforgettable evening, where attendees will be treated to the mesmerizing sounds of live jazz music from local musicians. Adding to the soirée’s allure, Studio 87 – a well-established and versatile venue – will be transformed into a vibrant art gallery, displaying phenomenal pieces from some of the most gifted local artists in Baltimore. Guests will have the unique opportunity to engage with the art and in some cases, the artists and the subjects, as they immerse themselves in the space.
Attendees can expect some exciting surprises that evening as well!
Not only will attendees have a chance to revel in the artistic and musical talent alive in their local community, but they will also be instrumental in supporting and promoting Living Classrooms Foundation’s goal to improve the quality of children’s lives in Baltimore and DC. The funds raised during this event will be used to maintain and grow the plethora of programs that create a brighter future for children and their families, in the areas of workforce development, physical health and wellness, mental health, education, and more.  To learn more about Living Clasrooms Foundation, please visit this link: https://livingclassrooms.org/
Tickets for this event are available for purchase at Eventbrite:
Limited availability is expected, so early booking is encouraged. Attendees can look forward to beverages, light fare, and a truly memorable evening filled with enchanting jazz music and captivating artwork.
For further information, sponsorship opportunities, or media inquiries, please contact:
Jillian Willis
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