Art Uncorked is a silent art auction featuring the talent and creativity of many from within our own Architecture and Interior Design community. Art will include paintings, photography, jewelry, stationery and more. A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to Art In Giving, which raises funds for childhood cancer research through the sale of fine arts. Art in Giving follows a unique path that combines the creativity and generosity of its artists with the needs of talented cancer researchers. Up to 50% of the proceeds from the sale of art through the efforts of Art in Giving are donated to The Rachel Molly Markoff Foundation. Learn more by clicking here.

Date & Time

Thursday, July 19, 2018
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Event Location

290 Congress St.
Boston MA, 02210

Registration

Space is limited! Secure your spot and register early by clicking the button below. Online registration will close on July 13. Tickets are for sale at the door pending availability.

Pricing
IIDA NE Members: $52
Non-Members: $77

Sponsorship

Click here to view the sponsorship opportunities and benefits for the event.

Ready to secure your sponsorship? Click here!

Questions?

For any questions you may have about the event, please reach out to Kerri Estano, [email protected] and Samantha Giordano, [email protected]

Why the extra $2?

One Bill at a Time is a campaign to raise awareness and resources for Interior Design Advocacy in the New England Region.  By adding two dollars to each event hosted by IIDA NE, we remind ourselves that advancing our profession is the core mission of our Organizations and, with small individual contributions throughout our community, we can make a large impact*.

*At the conclusion of each calendar year, all funds raised will be distributed to New England states with active advocacy initiatives in direct proportion to the percent of Chapter membership residing in each state. 

We dedicate this campaign to the individuals that achieved interior design legislation in New England states and paved the way for the future of our profession, One Bill at a Time.