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UICA Fundraiser Showcasing 50 Local Artists!

Underwriting support from:

/Terry Johnston

/Terry Johnston

/Terry Johnston

LIVE COVERAGE
March 13, 6:30–11 PM

Showcasing fifty of West Michigan’s most talented artists, Live Coverage gives you the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind works of art, created right before your eyes! Come to UICA for an unforgettable evening that will include live and silent auctions, music, and an array of fine food and drinks. This unique fundraiser is a must for collectors, designers, and anyone remodeling a home or office. Full of new surprises, this spirited event will celebrate UICA's history and mark the last Live Coverage on Sheldon Boulevard.

All proceeds from this event will further the innovative artistic, educational, therapeutic, and youth development programs of UICA –  Michigan’s largest contemporary arts center.

Featuring: Kelly Allen, Tommy Allen, Brandon Alman, Dan Bare, Michele Bosak, Abbey Bradley, Dianne Carroll Burdick, Mandy Burrow, Anna Campbell, Alana Carlson, Tom Clinton, Elaine Dalcher, Israel Davis, Christy DeHoog Johnson, Alyson Dells, Lauren Dittmer, Sy Ellens, Erwin Erkfitz, Dustin Farnsworth, Lora Fosberg, Nuel Friend, Curtis Frillman, Laura Gajewski, Nathan Goddard, Elizabeth Goddard, Chris Gray, Saul Gray-Hildenbrand, Rebecca Green, Alynn Guerra, Geoffrey Holstad, Elizabeth Ivy Hawkins, Renee Hartig, Aneka Ingold, Chari Jousma, Ritsu Katsumata, Shelly Klein, Connie Kuhnle, Matt Maniscalco, Jeffrey Meeuwsen, Marianne Menger, Jamie Miller, Jovonnah Nicholson, Maureen Nollette, Nancy Oakes-Hall, Joanna Papaleo, Molly Pettengill, Michael Pfleghaar, Erick Pichardo, Jason Rood, Steven Rainey, Steven Samson, Matthew Schenk, Rita Shields, Miriam Slager, Stafford Smith, Paris Tennenhouse, Janet Teunis, Rachael Van Dyke, Phil Wilson, Stephanie Wooster, Matt Wyatt, and Jacob Zars.

Tickets: $60 for UICA Members and $70 for Non Members

For more information or to purchase tickets call 616 454 7000 ×20 or email [email protected]

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