Cartier and America Party
Saturday, January 9, 2010 from 8:30 PM to 11:55 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
The exquisite Cartier and America exhibition charts the history of the House of Cartier from the opening of its first American store one hundred years ago. For the past century, Cartier has supplied legendary American society figures with brilliantly colored jewelry and luxury goods. The extensive collection coming to the Legion of Honor features iconic Cartier pieces, including Grace Kelly's diamond engagement ring, the Tutti Frutti necklace made for trend-setter of the day Daisy Fellowes, a Tank watch designed for Fred Astaire, a suite of ruby jewelry that belonged to Elizabeth Taylor, and much more.
The night promises to be an affair to remember! Buy your tickets early to reserve your spot and receive a discounted price; this event will sell out! Early bird prices available through December 14th.
Old Hollywood Glamour. Black tie optional, but always suitable
All tickets include:
An after-hours viewing of Cartier and America
Delectable hors d'oeuvres and desserts
Pâté and cheese tastings
Hosted bar featuring top-shelf cocktails provided by GREY GOOSE Vodka
Dancing to live music by the Cottontails and to DJ Shissla!
Silver Screen VIP Package includes:
An exclusive Villa Sandi Prosecco Reception from 7 to 8:30 pm, followed by a private tour of the exhibition. All VIP guests will receive a very special parting gift.
ArtPoint gratefully acknowledges:
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ArtPoint is a group of young professionals that supports the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the de Young in Golden Gate Park and the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park. Our members enjoy an annual program of exhibition-related lectures, gallery parties, and museum galas. Proceeds support exhibitions and programs at the museums.
ArtPoint's Annual Gala Host Committee
Steve and Lydia Bergman
Ian Ross and Daniele Rocha
S.B. Hadley Wilson
ArtPoint Board of Directors:
Julie Yarbrough, Chair
Joshua Reynolds, Vice Chair
Patricia Ivancich Dassios
Ariane Nalty Zewe
ArtPoint Advisory Council