Published: August 08, 2017
Come be a part of Tampa's next big annual party!
Join us for our first annual Art on the Boulevard cocktail party and silent auction fundraiser, and let's celebrate the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery's 40th anniversary!
When: Saturday, Sept. 23, from 7–10 p.m.
Where: Scarfone/Hartley Gallery, The University of Tampa, R.K. Bailey Arts Studios, 310 N. Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606
Join us for a cocktail party to explore The University of Tampa Permanent Collection: 40th Anniversary Show and take part in our silent auction to help us raise money to support the gallery educational programming and exhibitions. Each year at this event, the University will honor one of the gallery’s most valiant supporters. This year’s honoree is Joe Testa-Secca ’50, who was instrumental in the creation of the gallery at UT.
Denim and Diamonds dress – cocktail attire, jeans, jewels and everything in between.
$40 for one attendee and $100 for two. Each ticket includes an annual membership to the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery. The two-ticket package also includes a special-edition 2018 Friends of the Gallery print made by Chris Valle, chair of the Department of Art and Design. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
How to Purchase:
- Call us or email email@example.com to make a credit card purchase. Please include the number of tickets and the names of the attendees for our door list.
- OR mail a check or cash addressed to the Friends of the Gallery at
- Scarfone/Hartley Gallery
The University of Tampa
410 W. Kennedy Blvd. Box 104F
Tampa, Florida 33606
Thank you in advance for supporting the University of Tampa's Scarfone/Hartley Gallery in our efforts to share the arts with the Tampa Bay community through our educational programming and exhibitions.
Event Committee: Francesca Bacci, Orie Byars, Elena Cifuentes, Karen Dalton, Judy Dato, Jan Ely, Carol Gaynor, Patti Italiano, Jack King, Audrie Ranon, Sterling Remer and Devens Rose.
For more information, read the news release
or contact:Jocelyn Boigenzahn
, Gallery Directorjboigenzahn@ut.edu