Flint Institute of Arts Hosts “The Party”

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Flint, MI — June 1, 2019

The Flint Institute of Arts’ annual fundraiser is an important event on the annual calendar of the museum. Proceeds from this year’s event are going to benefit bus transportation and art materials for elementary and secondary students participating in FIA education programs.

The fundraiser is also quite the party. Great food, drinks, a fun social evening out for guests to don beautiful dresses and handsome suits. That’s why they call it “The Party.”

Get the Party Started / Lasco Press Photo

Food by Redwood Steakhouse

The chefs at Redwood Steakhouse & Brewery brought out the finest in cuisine to get The Party started. Shrimp, scallops, beef, lamb chops and an assortment of finger foods to tempt the palate.

Smiling Faces

Judging by the smiles on faces, The Party guests were enjoying their evening out at the museum. According to organizers, the crowd was one of the largest in recent years. Thanks to everyone for benefiting the programs of the FIA.

Art on the Wall, Interesting Art Forms, and Art in Automation

The art on the wall was amazing, holding The Party in the museum allows guests to stroll through the halls and enjoy the exhibits. Strolling works of art invited those in attendance to enter the raffle for a piece of artwork to take home and display on their wall. Art in Automation kept the drinks flowing and The Party going.

About the Flint Institute of Arts

The Flint Institute of Arts is the second largest art museum in Michigan and one of the largest museum art schools in the United States. Each year, more than 160,000 people visit its galleries and participate in its programs and services. For 90 years, the FIA has been responsible for acquiring, protecting, and presenting a collection of art and artifacts spanning the globe.

The world-renowned collection, which exceeds 8,000 objects, is significant for its depth of important European and American paintings and sculptures, 15th century to the present, and its extensive holdings of decorative and applied arts including important ethnographic study collections dating back five millennia. The FIA promotes the power of the visual arts by providing lifelong learning opportunities to engage and educate a diverse regional audience.

Support the FIA

Want to support the arts in Flint? Visit the FIA Ways to Give page and discover the various ways you can support their initiatives.