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Artworks Detroit 2019

You're Invited: 24th annual charity art auction and fundraiser - ArtWorks Detroit! Join us on Thursday, Sept. 12, for the 24th annual benefit event, ArtWorks Detroit, presented by Matrix Human Services. As Detroit’s premier art auction, ArtWorks Detroit will feature live and silent auctions of donated works from renowned local artists, such as Tylonn Sawyer, Sydney James, Rashaun Rucker, Laurie Tennent, and over 70 other prolific artists. Hosted by art powerhouse couples, Carmen and George N'Namdi, Karen and Ed Ogul, and Linda and David Whitaker at Eastern Market's Wasserman Projects Art Gallery, attendees will also enjoy complimentary drinks, food tastings, and entertainment for an exciting evening worthy of the Detroit art community.  Doors will open at 5:00pm this year for our VIP Collector's Hour, which is an exclusive opportunity for VIP ticket holders to preview the artwork and purchase before the general public arrives, all while mingling with featured artists. Doors will open at 6:00pm for General Admission ticket holders. GENERAL ADMISSION ($100): Live and silent auctions of donated artworks, many by renowned national and Detroit-area artists Amazing food options from several local Detroit's restaurants Open bar DJ performance and entertainment And more, too much to list! Doors open at 6:00pm. VIP ADMISSION ($150): All of the benefits of General Admission Access to the VIP Collector's hour that starts at 5:00pm, which includes an open bar and private viewing and advance purchase of available pieces before the general public! For sponsorship or volunteer information, contact Kerrie Mitchell at or 313-962-5255 ext. 1307. About ArtWorks Detroit  Whether you're an art aficionado or just excited to give back to the community, your support matters. Tickets, sponsorships, and art donation bids help raise critical funds for Matrix Human Services, furthering the organization’s aim of educating children, supporting families, and rebuilding neighborhoods across the Detroit community.


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