Marc-Art 2015, which benefits the Mobile Arc art education program for people with developmental disabilities, is Thursday, August 6, 6-9 p.m. in a new venue--Azalea Manor at 751 Dauphin Street, Mobile. Tickets are $25 each and are available by contacting Suzanne Dennis, 479-7409 ext. 623.
Marc-Art is a unique exhibition and sale of art work by Mobile Arc art program participants, as well as collaborative pieces they create with artists from the community. The public is invited to experience the impact these programs have on our community by attending this inspiring event. The evening will include music by Eric Erdman and catering by Chef Rob.
Marc-Art is sponsored by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, Platinum Sponsor; Regions Bank, Gold Sponsor; Smith, Dukes & Buckalew, Thomas Batre Insurance and Dex Imaging, Silver Sponsors; Alabama Orthopedic Clinic, Cottage Hill Civitan Club, Davison Fuels and U.S. Foods, Bronze Sponsors.
Mobile Arc (MARC) is a nonprofit organization that provides services and programs for people with disabilities, including Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and other diagnoses. Because art activities help these individuals to socialize, express their feelings and stay healthier, Mobile Arc provides arts education opportunities in painting, pottery, martial arts and music therapy.
For more information on Marc-Art 2015, contact Amy Odom, Public Relations and Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 251-665-9646.