Annual Benefit Gala
PREVIEW THE FESTIVAL, DINE, DANCE AND SUPPORT THE FOUNDATION'S YEAR-ROUND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM, ARTISTS TEACHING ART
Gala chair Wayne Kaleck presents the 2015 Studio 63 (Boogie the Night Away) Gala. The evening will commence with a cocktail reception and preview of the two hundred sixty artists who are showing on the Sausalito waterfront.
Friday, August 29th - 6:00 PM - Festival Grounds - Marinship Park Sausalito
The 2014 Carnevale "Unmask Your Imagination" Gala will commence with a cocktail reception and preview of the 270 artists who are showing on the Sausalito Waterfront.
Stroll the beautiful grounds at Marinship Park while viewing the art and engage with the artists. Take pleasure in the delectable hor d'ourves before enjoying a spectacular sit-down dinner catered by Dan McCall and Associates, and complete the evening by dancing to the incredible sounds of the Dick Bright Orchestra.
Proceeds of this year's Carnevale Gala will benefit an innovative program, Artists Teaching Art, which launched in 2012 with incredible success. This organization connects young students in Marin County schools with working artists who will inspire and stimulate the students' creativity and imagination by incorporating their own skills and experience.
We hope you will join us for what promises to be an exceptional evening once again!
The 2015 Gala will be Friday, September 4, and the theme will be disco glam! Save the date to boogie the night away at "Studio 63".
2013 SAUSALITO ART FESTIVAL FIRE & ICE GALA:
So Hot it was Cool!
The 2013 Fire & Ice Gala and Opening Night Preview party on August 30th, was another sold-out event with over 1,000 patrons and artists celebrating the 61st Annual Sausalito Art Festival on the festival waterfront grounds. Chaired by Wayne Kaleck, the elegant, black tie evening provided an exclusive opportunity for art aficionados to preview the work of all 260 artists exhibiting at the show; it also included a cocktail reception and fabulous four-course dinner catered by Dan McCall & Associates with music and dancing to the Dick Bright Orchestra. As always, Mr. Kaleck brought a new level of sophistication and glamour to this wonderful evening of art and community. Proceeds from the gala benefited the festival foundation’s newly launched educational program “Artists Teaching Art” that connects young students in Marin County schools with working artists who teach the children new skills to promote their creative expression.