Enjoy an Evening with Miriam Pico and David Chown to Benefit Arts for All

When you walk into the Dennos Museum on the evening of May 4, you’ll find yourself immersed in art, live local music and one-of-a-kind silent auction items. And with this, An Evening with Miriam Pico and David Chown has just begun!

The evening opens with the silent auction hour, featuring local items like wine tour packages, rounds of golf, kayak and bike rentals, handmade furniture, Crystal Mountain season passes, unique jewelry, professional and student art pieces, and more! Shop around while you enjoy live music by local performers, a complimentary drink in a commemorative glass and appetizers from Traverse City eateries.

In between your bidding, stop into the mini-theater to enjoy an original film by TBAISD ACE II student, Tevin Miles. You’ll have the chance to meet new friends, network and even learn more about the Fife Lake Makerspace. As the newest Arts for All partners, the makers will have their 3D Printer and creations to share.

Place your final bids by 7 p.m. and head into the Milliken Auditorium to enjoy the sweet sounds of local musicians, Miriam Pico and David Chown. Throughout the concert, enjoy highlights of Arts for All programs, including Kids on the Block Puppets and martial arts. All proceeds from this unforgettable night will help Arts for All continue to offer accessible arts and cultural programming for people with disabilities in Northern Michigan. Be sure to check out the Arts for All website and Facebook page to stay updated on offerings!

Tickets are $15 for general admission and $10 for students. Tickets include the concert, drink ticket, commemorative glass, appetizers and silent auction.

Enjoy this Arts for All video by Artists Creating Together, also known as ACT-Grand Traverse.


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