24th Annual Evening of Art
Join us for our 24th Annual Gala Dinner & Auction to raise funds for artworxLA!
Tuesday May 5, 2016 | 7pm
Taglyan Cultural Complex
1201 Vine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Silent Auction 7:00 – 8:00pm
Dinner & Program 8:00 – 9:30pm
Grant C. Kirkpatrick
President, KAA Design
A third generation Californian, Grant Kirkpatrick draws his energy and inspiration from his home state’s progressive ideals and optimistic embrace of the new. He has been the visionary force behind KAA Design, the firm he founded 25 years ago. Now known as Kirkpatrick Architects, Grant and his team continue to enjoy elevating the human spirit through the benefits and authenticity of warm contemporary residential design.
Supervisor Sheila James Kuehl, representing Los Angeles County’s Third District, was elected on November 4, 2014, and assumed office on December 1.
She was the first woman in California history to be named Speaker Pro Tempore of the Assembly, and the first openly gay or lesbian person to be elected to the California Legislature. Kuehl served as chair of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee, Natural Resources and Water Committee, and Budget Subcommittee on Water, Energy and Transportation, as well as the Assembly Judiciary Committee.
Sophia Rossi co-founded HelloGiggles, the popular internet haven for girls of all ages, along with writer Molly McAleer and her real-life bestie, New Girl star and She and Him songstress Zooey Deschanel. She has produced and written for several hit television series, including Fox’s Glee and MTV’s The Hills andThe City. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Sophia bases much of her own personal and professional vision on popular internet culture and is particularly fond of tween blogs and young artists.
24th Annual Gala Program
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artworxLA’s annual benefit raises funds and awareness for the organization’s comprehensive arts programs to combat Los Angeles’ high school dropout crisis. This year’s event will include a dinner, a silent auction and a program featuring our students’ work. Through the annual fundraiser, artworxLA seeks to build meaningful corporate partnerships that:
Support the program through financial contributions and fulfill corporate responsibility goals
Generate mutually beneficial publicity for the program and corporate partner
Act as a pipeline for future program board members and provide opportunities for corporate employee involvement
Provide in-kind donations to the program
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We want your help! Volunteer and make artworxLA’s 24th Annual Gala a wonderful and successful event. We have many volunteer positions available before the Gala and on the day of the event.
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|23rd Gala Honorees|
|From left: Robin Sukhadia, Abraham Lizama, Luis Rodriguez, Raymond L. Roker , Jasmine Guevara, Cynthia Campoy Brophy, Moby|
About our event audience:
artworxLA supporters are creative professionals, industry leaders and key decision makers in managerial positions. They are passionate about making a difference in their communities and about arts education.
- Past Honorees: Marc Webb, Mirada Mark Ridley Thomas, Seth MacFarlane, Shepard Fairey, Sir Ken Robinson, Dr. Arturo Delgado, humble.tv, Leslie Gilbert-Lurie, The Directors Bureau, Kirkpatrick Architects, and Jane and Ron Olson
- Total event attendance: 350
- Primary areas of residence: Downtown LA, Beverly Hills, Westwood, Los Feliz, Silverlake, Echo Park, Pasadena, Brentwood, Miracle Mile and West Hollywood
- Gender: Female – 55%, Male – 45%
- 70% Have a college degree/post-graduate education
- Creative Industries represented: architecture, TV production, film, music, technology and the arts.
Past Corporate Contributors:
1201 Vine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90038