For years the art community has supported those facing the challenges of HIV. Chattanooga CARES Foundation will continue this tradition on Saturday, Sept. 22, by bringing together some of the area’s performing and visual artists all in support of Cempa Community Care.
Arts for CARES: Paradiso e Inferno will be held at The Turnbull Building on 1400 Fort St. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Arts for CARES: Paradiso e Inferno will feature original works and live entertainment from The Pop-Up Project, Ballet Tennessee, as well as local artist Nic Perego, who will be creating a piece throughout the event to be auctioned off at the conclusion of the evening. A silent auction will be held throughout the night. Heavy hors-d'oeuvres will be served, and wine, beer, and spirits will be offered.
Master of Ceremonies is Chattanooga native Brandon Stansell, a singer songwriter with something to say, and a voice to remember.
General admission tickets for this black-tie optional affair are $50, and VIP Tickets including an open bar and VIP swag are $120.
The presenting sponsors are NPS and Smart Bank. For more information please contact Mitzi Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.