Thursday, December 1, 2005

JMOMA chooses art for special event

Jennifer will donate ‘Concurrent II’ from her Currents Series to the Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art (JMOMA) for the third annual "Best of Jacksonville" party, sponsored by Jacksonville Magazine. This charitable fundraiser brings together dozens of Jacksonville’s "Best of" winners that were voted on by readers and magazine staff. The party will span several floors of JMOMA, allowing partygoers to sample food from the city’s "Best of" restaurants, hear music, participate in a silent auction, and mix and mingle with "Best of" award winners

Proceeds from the event benefit Children’s Education Programs, including Project Preschool, a partnership that brings homeless and underprivileged pre-school children to JMOMA for sessions dedicated to increasing their visual literacy and the development of age-appropriate skills

The "Best of Jacksonville" party happens on Thursday, January 12, 2006 from 6-9:30 pm at the Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art; 333 North Laura Street; Jacksonville, FL 32202. Call (904) 366-6911, extension 214 or 208 for tickets, or extension 206 for more

Donating painting for Art Papers 7th annual Silent Auction

For the fourth year Jennifer has been asked to donate a painting for inclusion in the ART PAPERS silent auction to be held at Mason Murer Fine Art on Saturday, February 11. This year Jennifer has selected Take’ from the Substance series for the event.

The auction benefits ART PAPERS Magazine and features works from internationally recognized contemporary artists. Join the Editors and Board of ART PAPERS for a preview viewing on Friday, February 10 from 7 to 9pm. Preview tickets include admission to the Friday Preview and the Saturday auction. To purchase tickets, view a list of the participating artists, or for more information call 404-588-1837, Ext 18. Or, visit

Note: Major funding for ART PAPERS is provided by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Fulton County Commission and Fulton County Arts Council, the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund, the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs, and the Georgia Council of the Arts through the Georgia General Assembly.