Italy is More than a Place...It's an Idea!
Celebrate La Dolce Vita at Idea Capital’s Annual Fundraiser
Sunday, June 11 from 4-7 p.m. at Villa de Murph.
Join Idea Capital’s steering committee, supporters, artists and arts patrons at the stunning West End architecture studio of BLDGS for a celebration of the launch of our 2017 grant cycle.
A limited number of "early bird tickets" are available at a special price of $15 each. Regular advance tickets are priced at $25 per person and $40 per couple. In addition, please consider making a larger donation to the 2017 grant fund at the party, on our website or here on Eventbrite.
Partygoers will enjoy a taste of the Italian countryside in Atlanta’s burgeoning creative nexus, home to the West End Trail expansion of the Atlanta BeltLine and a community of artists and urban pioneers. We’ll raise money to support Idea Capital’s next grant cycle while enjoying a taste of Italy with cocktails, food and décor inspired by the country’s cuisine, culture and la dolce vita. Our supporters will be entertained by our talented grant winners, enjoy delicious bites from culinary diva Alisa Barry, creator of Bella Cucina Artful Food, and rock to the sounds of DJ Ben Coleman. Our friend Katie Rice will select an assortment of Italian wines from Barcelona VinoTecafor our drinking pleasure.
Supporting Atlanta artists working across all disciplines to create edgy innovative work will have a genuine impact on our Atlanta arts community. Please secure your tickets and donate generously to ensure another banner year for Idea Capital and the talented artists that we support with our grants.
We hope you will join in celebrating the launch of our 2017 fundraising campaign!
The Idea Capital Steering Committee
Cubby West, Felicia Feaster, Jess Bernhart, Jody Fausett, Louise Shaw, Mary Stanley, Michael Gibson, Oronike Odeleye and Sam Romo
About Idea Capital
Idea Capital is a grassroots initiative founded in 2008 to help jump start Atlanta-based artist-initiated projects that might not otherwise be supported through mainstream arts institutions. The organization and its grants are entirely funded through donations from artists and other arts supporters in the Atlanta community. The Steering Committee, who administer the grant process and fundraising efforts, voluntarily donate their time and expertise. In 2009, Idea Capital teamed with the regional arts activist organization Alternate Roots, which allowed Idea Capital participants to make their investments tax-deductible. Idea Capital encourages the Atlanta community to become investors in arts innovation in Atlanta by making an online donation.
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Idea Capital c/o Alternate Roots
115 Martin Luther King Jr Drive, Suite 200