Join Women United for an evening immersed in beautiful art and focused on community change! We invite you to help us improve educational outcomes for students in Utah, learn more about United Way of Salt Lake’s work and explore the masterpieces from the Something Nouveau Art Through Experience exhibit.
209 East 500 South
6 – 9 p.m. | Reception-style dinner, Silent Auction, Exhibit Exploration, & Wine Pull*
7:30 p.m. | Guests will be asked to join us for a brief program with short remarks and a paddle raise to fund important initiatives that strengthen our schools and communities
Purchase Tickets by Thursday, May 4
Event Day Sponsor | $1,750
Ticket Package of 10 | $1,250
Individual | $150
Event day sponsorship includes recognition on event day materials. For more information about sponsorship, email Chris Morrison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over five hundred images of Art Nouveau masterpieces will give you the unique opportunity to have a closer look at the turn of the 20th century style.
Immerse yourself in the works of artists Klimt, Mucha, and Beardsley; three Art Nouveau masters who brought the movement to life. Art Nouveau aimed to establish a new modern aesthetic by featuring organic and nature-inspired subjects in art, architecture and applied arts such as interior design, textiles, ceramics, and decoration. The style is credited for breaking down the distinction between fine and applied art.
**Please note: Something Nouveau Immersive Exhibit includes art that may contain nudity.**
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We are a group of passionate individuals working to remove barriers for the girls in our community and the women who support them.
We ADVOCATE for preschool and full-day kindergarten
We VOLUNTEER as mentors and tutors and organize drives to provide supplies
We GIVE to support services in schools to help female students succeed
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Women United members successfully advocate for statewide full-day kindergarten