Celebrate the power of the arts at our annual MAD Soirée!
This year’s theme is Black & White – to celebrate the opening of our new Neighborhood Print Studio – the evening will be a delightful monochrome affair and the space will be decked out with black and white banners created at the Print Studio during this year’s DRAWathon.
This one-of-a-kind fundraising event will delight all of your senses with delicious food and drink, music, fun surprises, meaningful awards in an inspiring space and all of your favorite people (and ones you haven’t met yet) in our community!
From 5-8pm on Sunday, November 5, you’ll enjoy:
Live auction and paddle raise to support our continued work providing access and support for the arts to advance, engage, unite, and enrich a vibrant community in Midtown Kingston.
DJ Harlan spinning vinyl. Black and White Photo Booth with Deep Tanks’ Kristopher Johnson.
Tasty hors d’oeuvres and desserts provided by Masa Midtown.
Cash bar featuring local brews, wine and a signature cocktail crafted by Bia owner Kyle Kelley.
We’ll also be announcing this year’s Red Goat awardees, as well as this year’s winner of the Todd Samara Art Fund award.
Tickets are $75 per person till October 31st. After that, tickets are $100 per person.
This is about celebrating what makes Kingston and the arts so special, and ensuring that both continue to flourish.
Guests are encouraged to don their finest (or funniest) black and white attire and there will be small prizes for most creative outfits!
If you’re unable to attend in-person but wish to help bring the creative arts to more people of all ages in Kingston, choose the Donate option among the tickets. You will be there in spirit with us.