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Catalyst VIP Preview Benefit
American University Museum at Katzen Arts Center
Washington, DC
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Please be sure to visit the exhibition on view through December 19, 2010 and visit the website at www.wpadc.org/catalyst


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Catalyst VIP Preview Benefit
Join us for Cocktails + Delicious Light Fare + Dessert + Surprise Performances
to celebrate the opening of
Catalyst: 35 Years of Washington Project for the Arts!

The Catalyst exhibition will feature selected artists, exhibits, programs, and events that are part of WPA's 35 year history. The exhibition, curated by J.W. Mahoney and on view at the American University Museum from November 9 â€" December 19, 2010, will demonstrate the uniqueness, resilience, and the authentically catalytic power of one of the nation's first alternative arts organizations.

Donors to WPA's Major Gifts Initiative at the Supporter level and above receive complimentary tickets to the event. Contact Eleanor Smitherman at esmitherman@wpadc.org or 202-234-7103 x5 to make a donation.

Proceeds from this event will support the Catalyst exhibition and WPA's entire 35th anniversary season of programs!

Free Parking Available at the Katzen Arts Center

Major support for "Catalyst: 35 Years of Washington Project for the Arts" and its accompanying catalogue is made possible with support from Alison and William C. Paley, the WPA Board of Directors, Susan and Dixon Butler, and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

Additional funding is provided by Annie Adjchavanich, Carolyn Alper, Elizabeth Ballantine, Liz and Tim Cullen, Sandy and James Fitzpatrick, Nadine Gabai-Botero and Luis Botero, Lisa Gold, Carol Brown Goldberg and Henry H. Goldberg, Corri Goldman and Michael Spivey, The Humanities Council of Washington DC, Yvette Kraft, Vivienne Lassman, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lemer/WellNet Healthcare, Susan B. Levine, Barbara and Robert Liotta, David W. Ogden and Anne Harkavy, Sidley Austin Foundation, Kim and Tim Ward, and The Washington Post Company.

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American University Museum at Katzen Arts Center
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC
United States


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