Ed Morse Automotive presents Beaux Arts’ ‘Art Is’ gala
On Nov. 9, the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale (MOAFL) will be riveting with high-energy artistic displays for Beaux Arts’ annual gala, “Art Is,” presented by Ed Morse Automotive.
The gala will bring together musicians, artists, aerial performers and dancers to the museum’s galleries, and guests will have an opportunity to bid on exquisite items at a silent auction.
The most unique items will be auctioned off at an exciting live auction prior to the headline performer Michael Israel taking the stage.
There will be a VIP pre-event champagne reception beginning at 6 p.m.
Aerial bartenders will serve Laurent Perrier, hors d’oeuvres and private docent-led tours of the museum.
A multi-course seated dinner will be served upstairs of the museum, with live music and entertainment. Following dinner, VIPs will be treated to a private onstage performance. Later in the evening, VIP guests will also be entertained by Israel’s performance from the comfort of reserved seats.
Israel returns to this event for an encore performance of his electrifying artistry.
He has performed at presidential galas and on the Olympic stage in Salt Lake City. Israel enamors guests as he paints larger-than-life canvases on stage to high-energy music.
After his performance, the paintings will be sold during an exciting live auction.
The party will continue through the night, with more pop-up performers keeping the momentum for everyone.
Tickets to the VIP pre-event, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., are $300. Tickets to the gala, from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., are $175.
For more information and tickets, visit www.beauxartsfll.com.
Natalie Mescolotto, left, Samantha Sarji, Sandi Hodes, Melanie Stevens, Roxanne Zinn, Courtney Jacobi, Amy Ross, Kristie Roe, Jodi Lotenberg, Kelly Walsh, Lori Suarez, Monica Glaysher Wells and Elisa Strohfeldt
Kristie Roe, left, Samantha Sarji and Roxanne Zinn
Monica Glaysher Wells, left, and Elisa Strohfeldt
Kelly Walsh, left, Amy Ross and Natalie Mescolotto
Melanie Stevens, left, Jodi Lotenberg and Courtney Jacobi