Black and White Party
Join Oklahoma City Girls Art School for a
charitable event inspired by
Truman Capote's 1966 Black and White Ball
"The party of the century"
"I want the party to be united
in the way you make a painting"
DRESS: FUN & CREATIVE FORMAL!!!
Black and/or White 1960's attire
Masks and tiaras encouraged!
Tickets are $65 online or $75 at the door
Ticket price includes wine and beer
Hors d'oeuvres and a midnight buffet in true Capote style
Wine pull, raffle & live auction
Dance to the music of the Wise Guys
Hosted by Lonnie Green, Anita Crites-Milam, & Paula Love
October 20, 2017
7:30pm - 1:00am
DC on Film Row
609 West Sheridan Ave
Only a limited number of tickets available
Located in the historic Film Row, Oklahoma City Girls Art School is an after school visual arts program for at-risk elementary, middle school girls attending school in the Oklahoma City school district. The mission of the Oklahoma City Girls Art School is to empower underserved girls to become successful in life through learning about the arts, the artist and the arts community. Our goal is to provide high quality visual arts training, introduce the girls to successful artists and give the girls an opportunity to experience how the arts help build our community. The ultimate goal of the Oklahoma City Girls Art School is to inspire a love of the arts, an appreciation of creative discipline and process, enabling the girls to be confident, imaginative, tolerant, generous and cooperative, as well as becoming contributing participants in the global art community. Students are encouraged to continue with the program until they graduate from high school.
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