The Santa Clarita Artists Association will present its 30th Annual Art Classic and Gala Fundraiser at the Hyatt Regency Valencia on Friday, November 1, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The events will take place in the Hyatt’s Grand Ballroom.
The Art Classic exhibit will be open to the public and free during the day from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., including an art show, artist vendors, artist demonstrations, musical entertainment and a silent auction.
The Gala is set from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The $25 ticketed event will feature a live auction, silent auction, appetizers, no-host bar, entertainment, art show and awards ceremony.
All art on display will be for sale.
Proceeds from the Art Classic will fund several scholarships to Santa Clarita Valley high school seniors pursuing a major in Visual Arts.
Award-winning artist Julie Snyder will serve as judge the Art Classic entries. Snyder’s artistic career has spanned both sides of the Atlantic and included several years of residence in Southern Spain, Los Angeles and Paris.
Snyder forged her craft initially as an illustrator in advertising, publishing and the motion picture industry, and her work is showcased in collections and galleries across the USA and Europe. She now dedicates her painting time to fine art world exclusively.
Snyder will also be one of the Art Classic’s demonstration artists, joined by Gary Friedman, Ted Dayton, Micah Kritzman and Judi Corfino.
Santa Clarita City Councilman Bob Kellar will serve as live auctioneer. Local musician Lance Allyn will perform, as will the Gary Friedman Jazz Trio and Don Butler.
Among the live auction items is a Chef’s Table for 8 at the Hyatt, a $2,000 value.
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