Hirsch Wellness Network presents “Art Lives Here” silent auction at Revolution Mills
Art by 105 artists has been donated for the 11th annual “Art Lives Here” Silent Art Auction for the Hirsch Wellness Network. The benefit will be Sat., Oct. 5, from 6:00-9:00 pm at Revolution Mill in Greensboro, in the newly renovated 1250 Arts Building.
Artist’s works (see complete listing below) are beautifully showcased at the event that also includes complimentary hors d’oeuvres and beverages provided by Marias Catering and Rioja A Wine Bar. Hot Club style Jazz will be provided by The Minor Swing Band.
The Hirsch Wellness healing community network for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers continues to expand. Weekly programs at the Hirsch Center at Revolution Mill in Greensboro provides creative time for self-expression and empowerment. In partnership with Cone Health, Hirsch manages and facilitates an artist-in-residence program on-site at Cone Health Cancer Center in Greensboro and at Annie Penn Cancer Center in Reidsville. For wellness programs, Hirsch has partnerships with Club Fitness and Triad Yoga. In all, the organization’s program attendance will exceed 2,200 patients, survivors and caregivers this year with free classes and workshops.
The Art Lives Here Silent Auction is the organization’s main fund raiser. Last year’s event raised over $42,000. One hundred percent of funds raised at the auction go directly to Hirsch Wellness programs giving hope, healing and emotional support to cancer survivors, patients in treatment and caregivers.
Hirsch Center at Revolution Mill will be open for tours, where artworks and stories from participants will be displayed.
It is recommended to purchase advance tickets online through: https://www.hirschwellnessnetwork.org/events-2019/
For information call Louise Grape (336) 549-8367. Advance tickets are $30 for a single, $50 a pair. Tickets at the door are $35 each.
Thank you to our 2019 Art Lives Here Donating Artists
Jeanne Aaroe • Susanne Baker • Janet Bartlett • Christina Becher • Betsy Bevan • Catherine Billingsley • Joyce Black • Laura Black • Melissa Blackburn • Mary Beth Boone • Keith Buckner • Douglas Cason • Vito Ciccone • Carol Clay • Sara Cogswell • Andrena Coleman • Catherine Crowder • Alicia Creus • Emily Edwards • Linda Smith-Fields • Alex Forsyth • Nanny Foster • Janet Furler • Naomi Galbreath • Jim Gallucci • Irene Gates • Natalie George • Dena Goldman • Kim Goldstein • Hillary Hammers • Elaine Heinl • Doug Hill • Bonnie Hitchcock • LT Hoisington, II • Brooklynn Hopper • Nancy Hull • Dori Jalazo • Jeanne Johnston • Jay Jones • Naomi Jones • Roo Katz • Clara Palmer Kelly • Lisa Doe Kenny • Jack Ketner • Doug Key • Lori Key • Mark Kingsley • Matilda Kirby-Smith • Setsuya Kotani • Mavis Liggett • Henry Link • Molly Lithgo • Jan Lukens • Judi Magier • Sara Jane Mann • Marcus Zola • Marquita Matherly • Judy McGinn • Jennie Meacham • Judy Meyler • Crystal Eadie Miller • Carol Moates • Don Morgan • Barbara Morris • Bob Nordbruch • Roy Nydorf • Michelle Owens • Bob Penley • James Petersen • Kathy Phillips • Sandy Pittman • Leanne Pizio • Agnes Preston-Brame • Jean Pudlo • Teresa Rasco • Susan Ridenour • Jim Rientjes • Jon Rollins • Ron Royals • Kevin Rutan • Hedy Sackett • Audrey Sage • Janet Schafer • Beatrice Schall • Phyllis Sharpe • Helen Shaw • Diane Shur • Lisa Skeen • Will South • Molly Stouten • Mary Stowe • Jack Stratton • Carol Thompson • Jim Thompson • Kim Trone • Kathryn Beam Troxler • Jeanne H. Twilley • Ashley Vanore • Robert Wagner • Adele Wayman • Jeff Wayman • Sallie White • Tom Woods • Yoko Yoshimatsu • Caroline Young
About Hirsch Wellness Network
Hirsch Wellness Network celebrates the creative process to inspire the imagination and open a horizon of new possibilities for those in our community living with cancer. The organization collaborates with artists and friends who share their passion and process in creative writing, photography, painting and handcrafts in workshops and events that emphasize connection, community and support.
The organization’s ultimate mission is to assist any person touched by cancer as they find their personal paths from illness to wellness and express their own creativity.
Hirsch Wellness Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and all classes are free of charge to individuals in treatment, survivors and caregivers. Website: https://www.hirschwellnessnetwork.org/