10th Annual FCI Art Show

Thursday, October 12, 2017, 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Location: FCI, 2551 Parameter Street, Middleton

 

Click here to volunteer at this year’s FCI Art Show & Auction

Alex Haunty is this year’s FCI Art Show Featured Artist. Alex will create an art piece specifically for the event in honor of MOM Executive Director Al Ripp, who passed away suddenly this summer. Al is deeply missed and he will be honored at the FCI Art Show. Alex Haunty’s original piece for the event will be auctioned live at 7:15 p.m. by NBC 15 anchor John Stofflet. The orginal piece will be be presented to Shari, Al’s wife, and a signed giclee of it will be presented to the auction’s highest bidder.

Join us at the Art Show to:

  • Mingle with other civic-minded business leaders
  • Purchase art for a great cause
  • Help MOM prevent homelessness and end hunger

RSVP HERE (WALK-INS ALSO WELCOME!) 

ART DONATIONS NEEDED:  Art donations are now being accepted for all art forms including original paintings, prints, poster art, photography, jewelry, metal, glass, wood, sculptures and more. Both new and used art is accepted. Art donations can be dropped off at FCI, 2551 Parmenter St., Middleton. Art donations must be made by October 6. All proceeds from the show go directly to MOM.

For more information on donations or attending the Art Show & Auction, contact (608) 830-5000 or fciartshow@gmail.com. The Art Show & Auction is open to the public by invitation (no admission charge).

FCI started the Art Show and Auction as a means to support both the arts and civic awareness of families in need (through the efforts of MOM). For over 30 years, MOM has led a community-wide effort to help those with critical needs by providing food, clothing, housing assistance, emergency funds, and services for seniors. With the help of their affiliated churches, area schools, service clubs, and local businesses, they provide support to our neighbors in Middleton, West Madison, and Cross Plains.

FCI Art Show