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All That Glitters at Art Ball 2017

Nadia Dabbakeh | March 15, 2017 | Feature Features

It's not too late to get your hands on the hottest ticket in town—the Dallas Museum of Art is celebrating the 52nd annual Art Ball, and you won't want to miss this glittery gala.
Paddles up at The Dallas Museum of Art's Art Ball

On April 22, The Dallas Museum of Art will be celebrating Art Ball 2017, chaired by Ann and Lee Hobson. The “All That Glitters” themed soiree takes its inspiration from one of the DMA’s most recent acquisitions, Flowers in a Vase with Two Doves, by nineteenth-century French painter François Lepage. The theme promises to embrace the romantic overtones and colors of a Parisian spring, a feat that only Todd Fiscus of Todd Events can bring to life with his extravagant floral displays. This years live auction, sponsored by Christie’s, will be curated by Merry Vose of Cabana and Canary and Rajan Patel of Grange Hall and will include everything from culinary experiences to opulent trips, such as the “Unique Experiences in Munich,” where not only can you design your own china at the Nymphenburg porcelain factory, but after a VIP tour of the master workshops, you and up to eight guests will enjoy a dinner with His Royal Highness Prince Luitpold of Bavaria and his wife in the blue room of the manufactory overlooking the palace Nymphenburg. The dinner will be prepared by the chef of Prince Luitpold, served on the finest that Nymphenburg porcelain can offer, and accompanied with a wine selection from Prince Luitpold's wine cellar. We expect no less. Buy tickets and tables here.


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