Story + Photography by Tony Centonze
The 2019 Janice Mason Art Museum Dinner on Main treated 100 lucky guests to great music from Cadiz's own Arielle Evens, and an eclectic menu created by the community itself, all in an elegant center-of-town setting.
El Bracero and JMAM Board Members created the appetizers. Ribeye steaks were prepared by Mayor Todd King, Reva's Restaurant, and Lost River Creamery at the Cabin provided the beverages for the evening, as well as many more who contributed to the memorable dining experience.
JMAM's Past President Paul Fourshee took a moment to talk about the fundraiser, and the museum.
“This is our third year,” Fourshee said. “We only have food and space for 100 people so our ticket sales are limited. I'm proud to say, we have sold out once again, and this year, all the funds we raise tonight go to support the museum.”
“Dr. Gutmann is our featured artist, and he has a wonderfully diverse show,” Foursehee said. “We also have some great artists coming up. People can look up information on our website or Facebook page.
“There are lots of things going on that people may not be aware of, like our art classes, pottery, jewelry, fused glass, all kinds of fun things. And, in July, we have free art classes for children, which is sponsored by the Rotary Club.”
To learn more about the Janice Mason Art Museum, visit www.jmam.org