Living Artistically with Parkinson's: An Art Exhibition & Silent Auction Celebrating our Community's Creativity

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The second annual fundraiser, exhibition, artist reception, and silent auction produced by Parkinson's Community Los Angeles, will raise funds for PCLA's programs for the Parkinson's community throughout Los Angeles, including a transportation assistance initiative, free educational conferences, support groups, an equipment gifting program, and more.

Parkinson's Community Los Angeles

The mission of PCLA is to improve the quality of life for those living with Parkinson’s disease, their families and care partners. Our goal is to connect people to the information, support services, programs and activities they need to enhance wellness and live an active, engaged life moving forward

Who:
Parkinson’s Community Los Angeles

What:
"Living Artistically with Parkinson’s" second annual exhibition, reception, and silent auction featuring painters, sculptor, mixed media artists, photographers; all fine artists living with Parkinson's disease. Meet and support the artists, celebrate our community's creativity, and help raise funds.

Why:
This event will raise funds for PCLA's programs for the Parkinson's community throughout Los Angeles, including a transportation assistance initiative, free educational conferences, support groups, an equipment gifting program, and more.
50% of the proceeds to the artist and 50% to PCLA.

Where:
Rebecca Molayem Gallery
481 South Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036

When:
Exhibition Preview
Friday, September 20, 4-9 pm
No registration required to attend the Exhibition Preview.

Silent Auction and Artist Reception
Saturday, September 21, 2-6 pm
Tickets are $45.00
Includes buffet, hosted bar, and valet parking.

Betty Fraser and Denise DeCarlo
Chefs and business partners Betty Fraser and Denise DeCarlo, owners of Grub Restaurant, and contestants on Top Chef, The Taste, Cutthroat Kitchen, among others, will provide the buffet.

Sponsor:
Thank you to our Da Vinci Sponsor, US WorldMeds, for their generous support.

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Elisabeth Hinckley
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