Diane Rubin

artMRKT 2013 | SFLUXE 1

artMRKT 2013

The 2013 showing of artMRKT in San Francisco opened to a staggering 6,000 guests in May, and had to turn away 500, raising approximately $30,000 for artMRKT beneficiary, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco's New Acquisition Fund. Following the presentation of the 2013 ArtCare Award for Excellence in Civic Arts Patronage awarded to Mrs. Diane B. Wilsey, on behalf of the San Francisco Arts Commission and San Francisco Art Dealers Association, the Opening Night Preview Benefit provided guests with first access to the artwork, elegant catering (including specialty cocktails courtesy of Diageo), as well as a fantastic performance by the SF Jazz High School All-Stars Combo. Among numerous Opening Night sales, Brian Gross Fine Art sold a major Robert Arneson self-portrait bronze for $200,000, and Alex Meyerovich Gallery reported the sale of a David Hockney lithograph for $65,000. For more information, visit http://www.art-mrkt.com/sf / www.art-mrkt.com/sf


The SF Conservatory of Music Gala Pre-Party | SFLUXE

The SF Conservatory of Music Gala Pre-Party

Deepa Pakianathan and Phil Pemberton recently hosted a reception for the http://www.sfcm.edu / San Francisco Conservatory of Music in anticipation of its upcoming Gala on April 20, 2013, which pays tribute to legendary opera baritone and Conservatory Advisory Board member Thomas Hampson. Conservatory mezzo-soprano Catherine Cook directs and stars in a program featuring special performances by Hampson with Conservatory students, faculty and guest artists. Teresa Medearis and Barbara Walkowski co-chair the event, with catering by McCall's Catering and Events and decor by Blueprint Studios. Tickets for this very special occasion can be purchased at http://www.sfcm.edu/giving/2013-gala www.sfcm.edu


New, Symphonic Dances: San Francisco Ballet 2012 | SFLUXE

New, Symphonic Dances: San Francisco Ballet 2012

America's oldest professional ballet company, the San Francisco Ballet can claim an illustrious history of "firsts," including presenting the first American productions of Swan Lake and Nutcracker. The 2012 season upholds the tradition!


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Celebrating Our Own

"Celebrating Our Own" was the theme of the 2010 gala at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, honoring the memory of lifelong supporter Caroline H. "Betty" Hume.


The Haute 100 in San Francisco | SFLUXE

The Haute 100 in San Francisco

Our friends at "Haute Living" magazine have released their 2010 list of the 100 most influential people in San Francisco, "the world's most Golden city." ...