The 2019 gala has sold out and tickets are no longer available for purchase.
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The auction will close promptly at 11:30 p.m. on April 12.
This year’s auction includes unique experiences such as tickets to Elton John’s farewell concert and a private in-home concert by the Bechtler Ensemble, vacations to exclusive destinations including Vail, Aspen, Palmetto Bluff, Charleston and Asheville, sporting events such as tickets to a Hornets game and golf at Quail Hollow Club, and much more!
EVENT CHAIRS AND HOST COMMITTEE
Host Committee Chairs: Anne Carter and Dean Smith
Host Committee: Barrie and Matt Benson, Amy and Philip Blumenthal, Tricia and John Boyer, Lindsay and Rob Carter, Jessica and Alex Churchill, Keith Cradle, Jesse Cureton, Caroline and Ben Dellinger, Theresa and Doug Drew, Jody and Bryan Droze, Mary Katherine and Dana Dubose, Catherine and Frank Edwards, Liz and Lane Faison, Cassell and John Fitzhugh, Dorlisa and Peter Flur, Sally and Curt Fochtmann, Kitty and Ted Garner, Lynn and Brian Good, Heather and Kevin Gottehrer, Maureen and Dan Haggstrom, Amy Jolly, Sarah and Zain Khan, Donna and Bob Lilien, Holly and Marshall Phillips, Anne and Walker Poole, Haley and Scott Poole, Mary Margaret and Fritz Porter, Sally and Russell Robinson, Patricia Rodgers, Vickie and Chris Rolfe, Laura and Mike Schulte, Marjorie Serralles-Russell and Terry Russell, Trey Sheridan, Shannon Smith and Daniela Sebova, Lisa and Glenn Sherrill, Jennifer and Eric Steigerwalt, Margaret and John Switzer, Gail and Scott Syfert, Liz and Jeff Tarumianz, Ann and Michael Tarwater, Jaz Tunnell, Cassandra and Dave Wagner, Charlotte and John Wickham and Mary and Chris Winston.
For more information, please contact Lisa Woods, Associate Director of Development, at 704.353.9207 or email@example.com.
Interested in supporting Pulp Art with a corporate sponsorship? Contact Rebecca Morris, Vice President of Development, by emailing Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 704.353.9216.
THE BECHTLER GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES ITS CORPORATE SUPPORTERS
Domtar, John Lupton Events, Arzberger Stationers, Best Impressions Caterers, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, EyeDialogue, Jay C. Lohmann, Lee Carter Company, Radical Grove (Rowshay) and ShutterBooth
COLLECTOR LEVEL SUPPORTERS
Vicki and Porter Durham
Daniela Sebova and Shannon Smith
Anne Carter and Dean Smith
ARTIST LEVEL SUPPORTERS
Amy and Philip Blumenthal, Tricia and John Boyer, Christopher Butlak, Jessica and Alex Churchill, Mary Katherine and Dana Dubose, Ian and Holland Ferguson, Cassell and John Fitzhugh, Lynn and Brian Good, John and Bev Lassiter, Anne and Walker Poole, Mary Margaret and Fritz Porter, Sally and Russell Robinson, Anne and Steve Schmitt, Lisa and Glenn Sherrill, Parker and Stephen Shuford, Jennifer and Eric Steigerwalt, Ann and Welford Tabor, Ann and Michael Tarwater, Triad Foundation and Charlotte and John Wickham
Jean Tinguely - Albatros
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The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is dedicated to the celebration and analysis of the strongest aspects of mid- century modernism as reflected in the holdings of the Bechtler collection.
The collection comprises
more than 1,400 works by 20th-century modern artists. Some works are accompanied by books, photographs and letters illustrating personal connections to the Bechtler family.
An Individual Membership with unlimited access to the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is $50.
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