65th Annual Ball - The Greatest Show on Earth

Benefits Beaux Arts


Saturday, November 18, 2017
Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove
3300 S.W. 27th Avenue
Coconut Grove
www.BeauxArtsMiami.org

Beaux Arts Miami will celebrate its 65th annual ball with “The Greatest Show on Earth.” Miami’s longest-running costume ball will be held at the Ritz Carlton in Coconut Grove where guests will go under the big top for a fun and philanthropic night benefiting Beaux Arts' educational programs. Guests will be immersed in a thrilling world of lion tamers, acrobats and clowns. The vintage themed circus ball will feature an open bar, sponsored by Bacardi, a luxurious auction, live entertainment, and surprise guests you won’t want to miss. The event is chaired by Cia Mackle, Gigi Citarella Polit and Amanda Thompson.

The gala will pay tribute to the 65 past presidents of the organization. Beaux Arts is one of South Florida’s oldest arts organizations. All proceeds from Beaux Arts go to outreach programs that reach children in our community, such as HandsOn! and the Student Artist Showcase, where children have opportunities to learn about art and participate in the artistic process. Beaux Arts also sponsors a Festival of Art every year at no cost to the patrons. This event draws artists in a variety of media, exposing the community at large to numerous forms of the visual arts.

Beaux Arts also provides support to the Lowe Art Museum by assisting with important art acquisitions, contributing to the museum’s ongoing operation, and by enhancing its educational programming and outreach.

Tickets for the gala are $350. For sponsorship information please visit www.BeauxArtsMiami.org.

About Beaux Arts

Beaux Arts is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to encourage an understanding and appreciation of the arts in South Florida. All proceeds from Beaux Arts go to serve this purpose. The organization offer wonderful outreach programs for children in our community, sponsors a Festival of Art every year at no cost to the patrons and provides support to the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami. Learn more on our website at www.BeauxArtsMiami.org.