Works of Heart

2020 WoH Save The Date3

Save the date! The 28th annual Works of Heart art exhibit and auction is slated for Saturday, February 15, 2020 at the Memphis College of Art. This exciting event features heart-inspired, gallery-quality art by over 100 local and regional artists. Veda Reed, Tom Clifton, Sharron Barrett, NJ Woods, John McIntire and more are frequent contributors. There are always several artists participating for their first time.

Many guests make Works of Heart part of their annual valentine celebration. Party-goers enjoy complimentary beer, wine and appetizers while bidding on their favorite artworks.

 Doors open at 7PM and the fun goes to 10PM. Tickets are $75 and are on sale now.

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Big Heart Lounge Our stylish Big Heart Lounge is perfect for mingling with friends and other art-lovers. Big Heart Lounge guests enjoy cocktails, delicious hors d’oeuvres, a personal work of art created by a Works of Heart artist, a free tee shirt and other perks. Located just off the main gallery, Big Heart Lounge guests appreciate having a place a relaxing place to take a break from the action .

Tickets to the Big Heart Lounge are limited and are $200.

Preview Week  The artwork will be on display during business hours in the Memphis College of Art main gallery from Monday, February 10 through Friday, February 14. Preview week is free and open to the public. Volunteers will be on hand to provide information about artists, assist with bidder registration and help with early bidding.

Sponsorship You can help a hurting child find hope and healing by becoming a Works of Heart sponsor. There are several levels of sponsorship available. All levels include listing your individual or company name on signage, t-shirt and on the Memphis CAC website. Contact Su at shartline [at] memphiscac [dot] org or 901.888.4359 for sponsorship information or check out our sponsorship information sheet.

Social Media.  You can see photos of the 2019 artwork and the event on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

This project is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee.