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Published: January 23, 2019

UT Scarfone/Hartley Gallery Annual Art on the Boulevard Fundraiser Feb. 8

Help raise funds for educational programs and exhibitions at The University of Tampa’s Scarfone/Hartley Gallery by attending the second annual Art on the Boulevard cocktail party and fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 8, from 7–9 p.m.

This year’s event includes a chance drawing ($5 per chance) to win unique special-edition prints by renowned local and international contemporary artists, such as Sedrick Huckaby, Mickett/Stackhouse, Pedro Pablo Oliva, Larry Poons and Maxwell Taylor.

Each year, the University honors one of the gallery’s most valiant supporters. This year’s honoree is Jack King, UT professor of art, who has been a longtime Friend of the Gallery as both a UT student and as a 25-year faculty member at UT.

Tickets are $50 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 2019 Friends of the Gallery print made by Caitlin Albritton. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

All Art on the Boulevard ticket sales and chance drawing proceeds will support the gallery’s exhibitions and educational programming, such as Camp SpARTan.

“All that the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery does for UT students and the Tampa Bay community is made possible because of our loyal friends and supporters,” said Jocelyn Boigenzahn, gallery director. “Their generosity makes it possible for us to bring nationally and internationally recognized artists and their work here for our students to study and our community to explore and create fun art-making experiences for local ESE students through Camp SpARTan.”

For more information, go to or contact Boigenzahn at (813) 253-6217 or

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