VENERALIA ON PAPER

Veneralia the festival of Venus at the Carlos Museum
Veneralia Fundraiser Chairs April 29 Atlanta























"Cutting edge" aptly describes this year's Veneralia theme, VENERALIA ON PAPER. Slated for April 29, and celebrating the museum’s Works on Paper collection—photographs, prints, and drawings from the Renaissance through today—VENERALIA ON PAPER will be a contemporary take on this festive party. Co-chaired by Liz Lapidus, Jeff Levy, and Todd Tautfest, and honoring one of the collection’s most ardent patrons, Elaine Levin, the annual event provides critical funding for programs and exhibitions, while bringing together supporters for a memorable evening.
 
Models styled by Carter Barnes on Paces will supply the wow factor as they move through the crowd be outfitted in delicate, hand-cut paper costumes designed by Nikki Nye and Amy Flurry of the Paper-Cut-Project. Attendees will also be the first to experience the museum’s new virtual reality video that will offer a behind-the-scenes look at rarely seen art from the Works on Paper collection. And to close the evening, guests will enjoy a performance by Atlanta-based alternative rock group, Von Grey, a trio of classically trained sisters.
 

TICKETS
Patron $1,500 per couple | General $500 per person
Purchase here

WHEN
Saturday, April 29, 2017
7 pm - Cocktails | 8 pm - Dinner

WHERE
Michael C. Carlos Museum
571 S. Kilgo Circle
Atlanta, Georgia 30322

SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION
Brochure

CONTACT
Jennifer Long, Associate Director of Development
404.727.2115 or jennifer.long@emory.edu

ABOUT VENERALIA
One hundred percent of the proceeds from Veneralia are used to benefit museum programs. As a Veneralia donor, your investment will support special exhibitions and education programs directly impacting 20,000 area schoolchildren annually, in addition to sparking the imagination and curiosity of 75,000 museum visitors. Veneralia sponsorship has a long-range effect, allowing the museum to further its efforts to share the art and history of world cultures with new audiences.