Rhythm of the Night Silent Auction

  • October 3, 2017

Download the Rhythm of the Night Silent Auction Letter and Form

Artivate is celebrating with a brand new event this year and we need your help to make it incredible. Rhythm of the Night will be held on Thursday, October 19th at the distinctive Woman’s Club of Bethesda where we will dance the whole night away to hits from the 1980s.

Guests can participate in our silent auction featuring donated artwork, goods, services, and experiences. The auction is an opportunity for you to participate in the event and support Artivate with a non-monetary, tax-deductible donation such as:

Artwork                                                                         Trips and Vacation Homes
Fine Craft Items                                                           Spa Experiences
Tickets to the Theater, Concerts, or Museums      Dinner at Restaurants
Art Supplies                                                                  Catering Services
Dinner with a Professional Chef                               Wines & Liquors
Music/Dance/Art Lessons                                          Gift Cards or Gift Certificates

To donate to the silent auction, please return a completed Silent Auction Donation Form by Friday, October 6th to Christina Walton (via email to christina@goartivate.org or fax to 301-588-1618). Donated items should be delivered to the Artivate offices by Wednesday, October 11th. After the event, you will receive a letter acknowledging your tax-deductible donation.

Thank you for your support and we hope you’ll come celebrate with us on Thursday, October 19th for a night like you’ve never known at Rhythm of the Night.

Rhythm of the Night directly supports Artivate’s vision to provide access to high-quality, interactive arts experiences in a wide range of artistic disciplines and cultural traditions in communities throughout Maryland, the District of Columbia and northern Virginia. Performances, workshops and residencies are presented to schools, libraries, community organizations, and facilities for court-involved youth and adults (Project Youth ArtReach) by our skilled professional teaching artists. If you’d like to learn more about our organization, our artists, or the event, please visit goartivate.org or contact us directly.