HobNob at the Farm Table

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hobnob at the farm table

HobNob at the Farm Table is officially SOLD OUT!

Thank you to all those attending and your support of the Cincinnati Art Museum!

 

The Cincinnati Art Museum Presents HobNob at the Farm Table Friday, September 12, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in celebration of our exhibition Conversations around American Gothic. The evening will be a chic gala of creative food, libations, bluegrass and fun.

 

Raise your "pitchfork" for a lively auction during HobNob at the Farm Table. Click here to learn more about the Art of Dining Auction and the nine exclusive experiences available to bidders.

 

Are you hungry for something special? Please join us for HobNob at the Farm Table. Sponsorships table options and ticket options are available. Please call Tiffany Payne-Bush at (513) 639.2962 or [email protected]

 

Ticket Prices:

Table Sponsor

$10,000 (10 tickets and at a future date, an intimate dinner and tour of the Cincinnati Art Museum with the new director)

$5,000 (10 tickets)

 

Individual Tickets

$750 per person Sponsor

$500 per person Benefactor

$250 per person Friend

$125 per person Individual

 

 

 

Image: Grant Wood, American, 1891-1942. American Gothic, 1930. Oil on beaverboard. 78 x 65.3 cm (30 3/4 x 25 3/4 in.) The Art Institute of Chicago, Friends of American Art Collection.