Event Title

Cleveland Artists Foundation 2012 Annual Benefit: Paper the Town

Location

Ritz-Carlton at the Silver Grille

Event Website

http://www.clevelandartists.org/?subject=benefits&sub=2012-annual-benefit

Start Date

10-13-2012 6:30 AM

End Date

10-13-2012 10:30 AM

Cost to Attend

Ticket prices of $150, $250, and $500

Pre-registration required?

Yes

Contact Information (for registration)

For reservations please call (216) 227-9507 by October 7

Event Type

Other

Description

Cleveland Artists Foundation (CAF) announces its Annual Benefit "Paper the Town" on Saturday, October 13, 2012, 6:30-10:30 pm catered by the Ritz-Carlton at the Silver Grille, tenth floor, 200 W. Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, 44113. The sky's the limit with fabulous views, hors d'oeuvres, and open bar at the VIP reception being held at the Terminal Tower Observation Deck for $250 and up ticket holders. Ticket prices of $150, $250, and $500 include dinner and live music by the Baldwin-Wallace Jazztet. What's in a name, and what name is in? Be part of the excitement as CAF's new name and logo are revealed, the result of a year-long branding process. For reservations please call (216) 227-9507 by October 7.

Silent and live auction items offer artwork, private tour of the Van Sweringen's Greenbriar Suite, a travel destination, and an Ipod raffle.

The benefit takes its theme from the Octavofest program of book and paper arts with three exhibitions taking place at the Cleveland Artists Foundation this fall. These exhibitions celebrate the work of Tom Balbo, director of the Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation, and Art Books Cleveland (ABC). ABC, an organization devoted to advancing the appreciation of bookmaking and paper arts, will feature its fifth annual abecedarium exhibition of handmade books that explore the alphabet or an aspect of any alphabet. The group will also host the first juried retrospective of their handmade art books.

The Cleveland Artists Foundation, founded in 1984, is committed to its mission to preserve, research, collect, exhibit, document, and promote the significant visual art and architecture of the Northeast Ohio region. Proceeds raised from the benefit are an essential means of accomplishing this goal.

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We have also begun to take donations for the silent and live auctions. Please click here (PDF) for a donation form.

To submit an ad to be featured in the program for the evening, click here (PDF).

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Cleveland Artists Foundation 2012 Annual Benefit: Paper the Town

Ritz-Carlton at the Silver Grille

Cleveland Artists Foundation (CAF) announces its Annual Benefit "Paper the Town" on Saturday, October 13, 2012, 6:30-10:30 pm catered by the Ritz-Carlton at the Silver Grille, tenth floor, 200 W. Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, 44113. The sky's the limit with fabulous views, hors d'oeuvres, and open bar at the VIP reception being held at the Terminal Tower Observation Deck for $250 and up ticket holders. Ticket prices of $150, $250, and $500 include dinner and live music by the Baldwin-Wallace Jazztet. What's in a name, and what name is in? Be part of the excitement as CAF's new name and logo are revealed, the result of a year-long branding process. For reservations please call (216) 227-9507 by October 7.

Silent and live auction items offer artwork, private tour of the Van Sweringen's Greenbriar Suite, a travel destination, and an Ipod raffle.

The benefit takes its theme from the Octavofest program of book and paper arts with three exhibitions taking place at the Cleveland Artists Foundation this fall. These exhibitions celebrate the work of Tom Balbo, director of the Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation, and Art Books Cleveland (ABC). ABC, an organization devoted to advancing the appreciation of bookmaking and paper arts, will feature its fifth annual abecedarium exhibition of handmade books that explore the alphabet or an aspect of any alphabet. The group will also host the first juried retrospective of their handmade art books.

The Cleveland Artists Foundation, founded in 1984, is committed to its mission to preserve, research, collect, exhibit, document, and promote the significant visual art and architecture of the Northeast Ohio region. Proceeds raised from the benefit are an essential means of accomplishing this goal.

http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/octavofest/2012/all/53