An Affair of the Art

Artrageous: An Affair of the Art 2014
Benefiting the Dallas Museum of Art’s teen educational programs

Saturday, September 20, 2014

An Affair of the Art has been the city’s premier event for young professionals for the past two decades, raising more than $2 million for the DMA since its inception. Last year’s event was a record-breaking success—over 500 of Dallas’s young leaders attended the soiree, raising the funds to completely underwrite a year’s worth of teen educational programs at the DMA. Proceeds from the gala will again support programs for teens at the DMA, programs that fill an important community need by providing youth with creative ways to learn about and connect with art.

This year’s event is sure to draw even more energy and support for the Museum. While we’re keeping the evening’s details a surprise (hint: there will be art everywhere), it will be a night to remember!

Support the DMA's teen programs and be a part of Artrageous by becoming an underwriter. Information on donor levels and benefits is available here: AOA 2014 Underwriting Contract.pdf 

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DO YOU WANT TO BE A PART OF AN AFFAIR OF THE ART 2014?

Tickets for Artrageous will go on sale this summer. Individual tickets are $100 for Junior Associates and $130 for nonmembers.

Guarantee your tickets by becoming an underwriter of the event. Underwriting begins at $500 per couple. Named sponsorship opportunities being at $5,000. Information on donor levels and beneifs is available here: AOA 2014 Underwriting Contract.pdf 

Sponsoring An Affair of the Art is a great way to get your company’s name in front of hundreds of Dallas’s young leaders. If you are trying to reach a young, successful, educated and driven demographic, contact us at 214-922-1272 to learn how you can be a part of this extraordinary fundraiser.

An Affair of the Art Sponsors 
 

For more information on An Affair of the Art, e-mail JA@DMA.org or call the Junior Associates office at 214-922-1272.