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Eat Your Art Out!

Eat Your Art Out logoEYAO!
Nov. 5, 2016 at The Herrington Inn's Pump House

A feast for the eyes, mouth and soul...
The Geneva Cultural Arts Commission will be hosting its annual Eat Your Art Out! fundraiser, where fine art will be paired with food and wine, culminating in culinary masterpieces inspired by original art work! Sensory treats will abound throughout the evening, from the first sip and bite to the last, as guests come together on one night to support the GCAC creating diverse cultural arts experiences for the community throughout the year.

6-7 pm Cocktail Hour
cash bar, fine silent auction

7-9 pm Dinner/Live Auction
multi-course, wine pairings

Seating is limited - reserve your tickets now!

Please note that tickets will not be mailed, guests will be invited to check in at the door.

Angel StudyLarry Johnson
Angel Study2014
Cast Bronze
14 in x 27.5 in

Larry uncovers organic lyrical forms, symbolic of movement and wing-like angelic images…on display at the Herrington Inn & Spa lobby and available for purchase, proceeds benefit the Geneva Cultural Arts Commission’s Eat Your Art Out! Generously donated by Larry Johnson of LK Johnson Studio, Geneva.

Purchase Angel Study!
GCAC/EYAO! Angel Study, Value for Purchase $3,200

Angel Study, 
Reserve Price for Event Attendees $2,400

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Sponsorship Information
The Commission takes great care to build an extraordinary platform to celebrate and showcase every generous contribution that ensures the event’s success and requests your participation. We invite you to sponsor Eat Your Art Out! and hope that you can also join us that evening. Fine, fun and fabulous, it is certainly one of the most spectacular philanthropic events to support and attend in Geneva!

Art Sponsors will be recognized in marketing campaigns, event recognition signage and in the event program.  Please consider one of the following generous event sponsorships:  

Sponsorship Levels

Event proceeds benefit the Geneva Cultural Arts Commission, creating diverse cultural art experiences for the community.