Art Lives Here
Art Lives Here is an evening of viewing art, silent bidding, and connecting with artists and those in our community who have been touched by cancer. One Hundred Percent (100%) of funds raised at the auction will go directly to Hirsch Wellness programs, giving hope, healing and emotional support to cancer survivors, patients in treatment and caregivers.
How to Sponsor & Earn Cool Stuff!
The Annual Art Lives Here Event unites artists, donors, collectors and friends to raise funds for Hirsch Wellness creative programs serving the emotional needs of people living with cancer in Greater Greensboro. Arts and wellness programs at the new Hirsch Center at Revolution Mill offer cancer survivors and caregivers community support and creative growth opportunities through the cancer journey and beyond.
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There is still time to become an Art Lives Here Sponsor.
Sponsorships received by September 13th, 2019 receive ticket benefits and inclusion on Event Program, Poster and Hirsch website. Deadline for sponsors to receive ticket benefit and recognition on the Hirsch website is October 1st, 2019. We greatly appreciate your gift of hope and healing!
Fueling the fun on October 5th, we are delighted to have the gypsy jazz sounds of The Minor Swing Band. This year marks their second appearance at Art Lives Here, where everyone will find their toes tapping and fingers snapping, while bidding on beautiful art. Guests also enjoy the sumptuous hors d’oeuvres provided my Maria’s Gourmet Catering.
Art Lives Here 2019 Sponsors
We are honored to recognize our sponsor and donor gifts received as of October 1, 2019
Anonymous • Greensboro Imaging • Ralph Lauren • LeBauer Healthcare
Anonymous • Barbara and Herman Cone, Jr. Fund – In memory of Robert C. Cone • Donald Cunningham • DMJ Wealth Advisors – In honor of Dr. William and Mrs. Karen Hopper Molly and Andy Haile • David and Lauren Worth
Kathy Adams and Bobby Doolittle • K. Porter Aichele – In memory of Fritz Janschka • Lee Atkinson • Charlie and Lois Brummitt • Sherry Clinard • Betty and Ben Cone, Jr. – In memory of Robert C. Cone • Sally B. Cone – In memory of Robert C. Cone • Leslie Daisy • Kathy Devereux and Kenton Robertson • Jean Dore – In honor of Jim Dore, Brave, Optimistic, Relentless • Sandy Doughty – In memory of Jeffrey Alan Doughty • Karl and Deborah Fields – In honor of Lynn Hale • Valerie Fields • Betty Forrest • Lynn and David Gibbs • Hopp and Karen Hopper – In memory of Ellen Todd • Betsey and David Horth • Dora IL’Yasova and Timothy Smith – In memory of Robert C. Cone • Irving Park Art & Frame • Judith Kastner – In memory of Anne Stuart Bowers • Lancaster Custom Crafted Upholstery • Mary and Steven Lewis – In memory of Mary Griffin • Beverly and Mike Moody – In honor of Karen Hopper • Bill Payne and JoAnn Smith • Sandee and David Pearce – In memory of Sally Lee • Penland Custom Frames • Rachel and Blair Percival • Dorothy C. Peters • Terri Ramsey • Ann Raper • Susan and Freddy Robinson – In memory of Robert C. Cone • Beatrice Schall – In loving memory of Stewart A. Schall, MD • Drs. Schoenhoff and Plovsky – In honor of Sheryl Gottlieb and In memory of Robert C. Cone • Rev. Mark and Dr. Lynn Smith – In memory of Audrey Mooney and Dr. Sam Muschkin • Telexpress, Inc. • Triad Yoga Institute • Richard and Sylvia Vanore – In honor of Karen Hopper • Bobetta M. Waynick • Weaver Foundation
Bass Violin Shop • Brigitte Chauvigne – In honor of Claude Hoffman • Gaye Clifton – In memory of Leslie Miller • Andrena S. Coleman – In memory of Cynthia Wright • Vicki Conner • JoAnn and Larry Currie • Carolyn and Tom Duncan • Betty Forrest • Katherine Glenn • Connie Hilliard – In honor of Karen Hopper • Richard and Elizabeth Holland • Mrs. C. Vickie Kilimanjaro • Dr. Eric and Mrs. Patricia Lilly • Sharman Michaelson – In memory of Robert C. Cone • Barbara Moran • Cathy and Ben Rogers • Pat and Gordon Soenksen – In honor of Dr. Lynn Smith • Bob and Joyce Shuman – In memory of Robert C. Cone • “Slammers” Bridge Group – In honor of Marti Dibgy • Sharon Speas and David Petree • Melissa and Bill Tankersley – In honor of Tammi Morris and Naomi Morris • Lisa and Randall Underwood
1618 Concepts • All Pets Considered • Dr. Jude Aucoin, DDS • Club Fitness Fishbones • Fishers Grille • Kneaded Energy • Kathleen Little – Healing Hands Massage • Little Brother Brewery • Moonbird Pottery • Oh Goodness Fine Portraits • Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants & Hotels • Nicole Shelton – J Michaels Salon & Spa • State Street Salon • Sticks & Stones • Triad Stage • Triad Yoga Institute
For 2019, LUNAFEST presents eight critically acclaimed short films (shown above,
screen caps from four of the selected features: “Flip the Record”, “The Final Show”, “My Immigrant Story” and “Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday.”
Hirsch Wellness Cancer Support Network is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to serving the emotional needs of individuals touched by a cancer diagnosis. Our commitment to putting “ART at the HeART of Healing” provides essential healing arts and wellness programs that celebrate self-expression as a means of cultivating strength, renewing the spirit and fostering hope.
If you are interested in becoming a Silent Auction Sponsor, volunteering with us, or you have other questions, please contact Ginger Lambrecht at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.