Destination: Maine

Thursday, October 25, 2018
7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Chairs: Katherine McAllen, Muffin Moorman and Carolina Roberts

Special Events

 

Join the San Antonio Museum of Art for an early autumn coastal evening on Thursday, October 25. This year’s theme celebrates the work of New England artist John Marin, and the opening of Becoming John Marin.

We invite you to enjoy:

  • Music by the Rick Cavender Band
  • A New England clam bake by Chef Jason Dady
  • A sneak preview of Becoming John Marin
  • A night out with friends!

Help make this night a success by purchasing a table, buying individual tickets, or joining us as an event sponsor. Funds raised from the Destination: Maine party support the Museum’s Collections and Operations and make it possible for the Museum to present its extraordinary collections to San Antonio.

For more info about event sponsorship and underwriting opportunities, please contact our Event Office at 210.987.8106 or Albert.Carmona@samuseum.org

 

 Table Sponsorships

$10,000  Camden Hills

Purchase Table

  • Table seating for 8 guests
  • Private wait staff for the table
  • (8) VIP Passes for the Exhibition opening Becoming John Marin: Modernist at Work.
  • Curator-led Tour of Becoming John Marin: Modernist at Work.
  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Listing in the Museum’s media materials

 

$5,000  Bar Harbor

Purchase Table

  • Table seating for 8 guests
  • (8) VIP Passes for the exhibition Becoming John Marin: Modernist at Work
  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Listing in the Museum’s media materials

 

$2,500  Caldwell Island

Purchase Table

  • Table seating for 8 guests
  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Listing in the Museum’s media materials

 

$200  Individual Tickets 

  • Complimentary valet parking
Purchase Ticket

 * Please purchase by August 24 to be included in the invitation.

 

Chairs

Katherine McAllen, Board Member

Muffin Moorman

Carolina Roberts


Committee Members

Fred and Emory Hamilton

Hellie Hamilton

Christian and Mary Herff

Marshall B. Miller Jr. and Claudia Huntington

Kim Lewis

Fernando and Martha Lopez

Lanham and Dacia Napier

J.B. and Corinna Richter

Barry and Elizabeth Roberts

Richey and Joan Wyatt

Waddy and Alexis Armstrong

Topher and Hannah Beard

Scott and Meredith Campbell

Mary Morgan Casillas

Miguel and Gloria Dilley

Peter and Carolyn French

Ben and Emily Ford

Jack and Lindsay Guenther

Phillip and Ellen Hudson

Clark and Alex Kardys

Jim and Aleyda Kniestedt

Annie Labatt

A.J Lewis

Spencer Lewis

Phillip and Mary Stephanie Locke

Carlos and Sallie Longoria

David and Amelita Mauzé

Rob and Nicole McClane

Easton McNab and Claire Cavender

Joe and Whitney Miller

Marks and Sarah Moore

Lew and Laura Moorman

Tom and Lauren Moorman

Forrest and Lorin Runnels

Alex and Denae Schenker

Tobin and Courtney Smith

Tres and Megan Steves

Clayton and Fannie Thomas

Raymond and Catharine Welder

Jim and Amanda Williams

 

  

In the event of inclement weather, this outdoor event will be cancelled (call 210.978.8132 for event status), and you will receive a 100% tax deduction for your purchase.

For more info about event sponsorship and underwriting opportunities please contact our Development Office at 210.987.2661 or development@samuseum.org.

 

Image: John Marin, American (Rutherford, New Jersey, 1870 - 1953, Cape Split, Maine), White Lake, Sullivan County, New York, No. 3, 1888, watercolor on paper, 11 1/4 x 15 1/8 in., Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection: Gift of Norma B. Marin, New York, New York. 2013.018.020. © 2018 Estate of John Marin / Artists Rights Society (ARS, New York)

 



SAVE TO: iCal   Outlook   Google   Yahoo