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Sunday, Sept 25, 2016

5:30pm: Cocktails in the Garden
6:30pm: Dinner
Festive Attire


at
The Trolley Barn
963 Edgewood Avenue NE
Atlanta, Georgia
map + directions


SOLD OUT & thanks to everyone who purchased tickets,
see you Sunday Night at The Trolley Barn!

Our 40th birthday bash features a seasonal meal created by chef Steven Satterfield, James Beard award finalist, executive chef of Atlanta's Miller Union restaurant, and author of the acclaimed cookbook, Root to Leaf.

Steven will be joined by Greg Best, cocktail-maker extraordinaire behind Atlanta's Ticonderoga Club, who will be mixing signature aperitifs for us in the garden before dinner.

The intimate four-course dinner made with local ingredients will be served family style and paired with LIOCO wines, "terroir" inspired and sustainably made from Northern California's premiere vineyards.

A beautifully stripped-down Little Tybee will provide the soundtrack for the evening.



Dinner Tickets
$250 / person


– SOLD OUT –

+ Cocktails, dinner, and an artwork


Host Committee Tickets
$350 / person


– SOLD OUT –

+ Cocktails, dinner, and an artwork
+ Name in 40th Anniversary Celebration print and online materials including the event program and website
+ Name on donor page of ART PAPERS magazine and a one year complimentary subscription
+ Invitation to Cocktails in the Garden at the home of ART PAPERS board chair, Jenny Williams.


Table Sponsor
$3,000 / 10 Tickets


– SOLD OUT –

+ Cocktails, dinner, and an artwork
+ Name in 40th Anniversary Celebration print and online materials including the event program and website
+ Name on donor page of ART PAPERS magazine
+ Complimentary subscriptions to ART PAPERS magazine for you and your guests
+ Invitation for the Table Sponsor to Cocktails in the Garden at the home of ART PAPERS board chair, Jenny Williams.





Dinner guests will each receive an original artwork and the opportunity to dine with the artist.

Participating Artists Include:
David Baerwalde, William Downs, Didi Dunphy, Jody Fausett, Derek Faust,
Julia Fenton, Kojo Griffin, Andy Sloan Jackson, Elizabeth Lide, Aubrey Longley-Cook,
Joe Peragine, Tori Tinsley, and Gregor Turk.

Also on view:
New Print Editions + Selections from ART PAPERS' Archives


In celebration of our history and our future, ART PAPERS will premiere three new limited editions artworks, representing ART PAPERS contributors from the 1970s to the 21st century. Two artist pages selected from our archive will be reproduced by Hi-Lo Press as lithographs, one by photographer Lucinda Bunnen (1974/1987), and another by Mildred Thompson (1996), artist, educator, and former associate editor of ART PAPERS magazine. A third artist edition will be produced on site during the event: an iteration of Kirstin Mitchell's One Shot (Momentum Exercise II)(2015-ongoing). All prints will be available for purchase.

Proceeds will benefit the next generation of ART PAPERS programming, which includes our free public educational programs, an exciting new digital presence, and our internationally distributed, Atlanta-made magazine.






ARTPAPERS 40th ANNIVERSARY
HOST COMMITTEE

L Courtenay Beebe MD & Lindsay W Marshall
Jane & Roy Camblin
Adam & Elisa Coker
Louis Corrigan
Glenn Harper
Judy Lampert
May Architecture + Interiors
Mildred Thompson Legacy Project
Letitia McDonald & William Muller
Valerie & Vernon O'Neal
Private Bank of Buckhead
Sara & John Shlesinger
James Trigg & Aruna Sharma
Jenny Williams & Al Dragone





SUPPORT THE ART PAPERS LEGACY
If you are unable to attend but still wish to support the next 40 years of ART PAPERS,
consider making a donation to our Annual Fund. May we suggest starting with $40 in honor of our 40 years.

Click here to donate online or make a donation by mail.



 
ART PAPERS is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs for the City of Atlanta. Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, Fulton County, GA. Funding and support has also been generously provided by AEC Trust, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, and the LUBO Fund.
 

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