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July 2, 2013

SOJOURN: Renaissance Society 2013 Gala and Art Auction

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Date: Saturday, September 7, 2013

Time: 6:30 p.m. – Midnight

Place: Block 37
108 N. State Street, 3rd Floor

Event activities: Cocktails, dinner, welcome to Solveig Øvstebø, live and silent auctions of cutting-edge art and luxury trips, experiences and goods

Preview: Art auction preview on view beginning August 15 at www.renaissancesociety.org

Ticket prices: Tickets are $400 per person, with Friend ($500), Sponsor ($1,000), Patron ($2,500) and Benefactor ($3,500) tickets available

Tables range from $5,000 – $35,000

Benefit Chairs: Randall Kroszner and David Nelson

Lead Corporate
Sponsor: Kirkland & Ellis LLP/Linda Warren and Jeffrey C. Hammes

Board President: Greg Cameron

Director: Solveig Øvstebø

To benefit: The Renaissance Society’s 2013-2014 exhibition season. A world-class, non-collecting museum of contemporary art, The Society since its founding in 1915 has advanced the growth and understanding of the artistic ideas and expressions of our time. All programs are admission-free and open to the public.

To welcome: This year’s benefit will welcome Solveig Øvstebø, the Society’s new Executive Director and Chief Curator.
Tickets: Lori Bartman, Director of Development
The Renaissance Society
773.702.8670
lbartman@renaissancesociety.org



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