JD Miller will paint live at the upcoming event, Monte Carlo Casino Party benefiting The Delores A. Hudson Foundation on September 13, 2008. The Delores A. Hudson Foundation’s mission is to make a vital difference in the lives of women afflicted with ovarian cancer through fostering education and awareness, creating unique support programs and helping to eradicate the disease through research, early detection and screening.
For complete details on this event please visit www.deloresahudsonfoundation.org
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JD Miller donated "Mission to Mars" to Art For The Bridge, a charity which raises funds for The Bridge Breast Network, a non-profit organization that links uninsured and underserved individuals to life-saving breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. The impact is great! For each $1 raised, The Bridge Breast Network of healthcare professionals provides $10 of life-saving medical care. Since its inception in 1992, the network has supported more than 78,000 individuals in 16 North Texas counties.
Artist Reception and preview party will be held on Sept. 11th, the Black Tie Dinner and Art Auction will be on Sept. 13th. Both events will be at The Women’s Museum located at 3800 Parry Ave. in Dallas Texas. For more information please vist www.artforthebridge.com
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Humanitarian Notes held a West African Dancing and Drumming performance June 13th at REFLECTION Fine Art Gallery. The proceeds went to The Liberia Music Project. Humanitarian Notes is dedicated to raising HIV/AIDS awareness in Africa by mobilizing local musicians and resources to produce music that educates, entertains and empowers the people. The Moussa Diabate and his dance and drum troupe had the audience dancing the night away with them. It was a powerful evening that will stay with us forever.
For more information please visit http://humanitariannotes.com
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