Erlanger Foundation Hosts New Food And Art-Centered Event, Farm To Table(aux), Pop! Goes the Warhol

  • Wednesday, June 19, 2024
Pictured, left to right, are Co-Chairs Laura Scorey, Dr. Stephen Scorey, Jeb Hart, and Erin Hart
Pictured, left to right, are Co-Chairs Laura Scorey, Dr. Stephen Scorey, Jeb Hart, and Erin Hart
The Erlanger Foundation announces Farm to Table(aux), Pop! Goes the Warhol occurring Friday, Sept. 13 at Common House Chattanooga. 

Farm to Table(aux), a culinary and art event co-hosted by Erin and Jeb Hart and Laura and Dr. Stephen Scorey, brings together community-minded, philanthropic art lovers and foodies to enjoy farm-to-table culinary delights. Unlike any other event in Chattanooga, it also features a contemporary interpretation of the “tableaux vivants” or “living pictures” inspired by Andy Warhol's creativity.

Officials said, "Guests will enjoy a vibrant soiree that will inspire and delight—a true feast for the senses—all while benefiting Erlanger Trauma Services.
The suggested attire is Pop Art Chic - cocktail attire with a colorful or artistic flair. Eat, drink and be artsy with Erlanger Foundation at the Farm to Table(aux) event. The one-of-a-kind event will begin with a cocktail hour where guests will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, specialty cocktails, craft beer and wine while viewing art, silent auctions and tableaux vivants, also known as living art. The cocktail hour will be followed by dinner, a program and a live auction. Then the after party begins, a silent disco inspired by Studio 54 wrapping up a fun night to remember and support Erlanger Trauma Services." 

Event co-chairs Erin and Jeb Hart said, “We are very excited to launch this new and unique event that will be an annual fundraiser benefitting Erlanger. Farm to Tableaux centers around connecting the community with local artists, local food and beverages and more in our area with the mission of our local hospital, Erlanger. This year, we will be fundraising for Erlanger Trauma Services. We are proud to have the opportunity to give back to those who provide so much for our community and to the only Level I Trauma Center in our region that provides lifesaving care and comprehensive resources for 63 counties.” 
 
Officials said, "As a not-for-profit hospital, Erlanger and Children’s depend on philanthropic support to provide the remarkable care experienced here as well as to advance services in the future. The community’s partnership to make the Kennedy Outpatient Center a reality truly showcases what is possible when our mission to compassionately care for people is met by a community compassionately caring for us."

Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, visit erlangerfoundation.org/ftt or contact Taylor Hurley-Henson at 423-778-4803 or Taylor.Hurley@erlanger.org.
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