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Two Nights, One Mission: Amy P. Coy Forum & 1858 Winter Party

Winter Party 2019, Joseph Rogero Photography

Winter Party 2019, Joseph Rogero Photography

Amy P. Coy Forum

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6 | 6PM

1858 Winter Party

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 | 8 - 11PM

Celebrate contemporary Southern art at Society 1858's annual Amy P. Coy Forum and Winter Party. This two-night affair will honor the 2019 Prize Winner, Donté K. Hayes, and reflect Society 1858's mission to educate and excite up-and-coming arts patrons about the diverse range of artwork being created in the contemporary South.

The Amy P. Coy Forum, on February 6, will feature a panel discussion of artists and art experts followed by a cocktail reception courtesy of Revival. The Winter Party, on February 7, will be a black tie affair offering the opportunity to enhance your personal art collection via the annual art auction and raffle. In honor of Donté K. Hayes, we've invited pairs of artists, working together in ceramics and multi-media, to create dynamic, one-of-a-kind sculptural artworks for the raffle. This is a year you don't want to miss!

Featured Artist Pairings: *in order of ceramicist and alpha by first name

Allison McDermott x Camela Guevara

Annie Lee x Jocelyn Chateauvert

Fiorenzo Berardozzi x Tim Hussey

Jeff Kopish x Hirona Matsuda

Jena Pallar x Lese Corrigan

Liv Antonecchia x Matt Wilson

Maria White x Robert Lange and Megan Aline

Ruth Ballou x Kristy Bishop

Susan Gregory x Dontré Major

Susan Klein x Adam Eddy

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