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                           2014 Treasure Signature Piece
                                    The Wild Disguise
                        by Lucile Krug of St. Johns on the Lake

Join us for Treasure, an exquisite gallery evening and fundraising event in the Milwaukee art community to benefit Memories in the Making®, a program that encourages creative art expression and communication for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Treasure - A Night in Venice
Cuvée Champagne Bar
177 North Broadway, 3rd floor
Milwaukee, WI
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Tickets - $75

Art Auction
15 professionally framed works of art from the Memories in the Making program will be auctioned with a paired piece of art created by one of these distinguished Wisconsin fine artists:

Pamela Anderson, Ann Baer, Fred Bell, Lois Bielefeld, Gail Franke, Kristy Goggio, Susan Hale, Pat Hidson, Tom Hlavacek, Rose Holloway, Shelby Keefe, Mark Mulhern, Katie Musolff, Julie Schilf, and Anne Wendland.

Painting Live – Shelby Keefe, a nationally recognized, award-winning impressionist painter
And More! – Enjoy complimentary Antipasti and Champagne, fully stocked cash bar, Raffle Packages, and 50 additional paintings from the Memories in the Making program available for purchase on a first come, first served basis.

Guest Emcees:
• Lee Ann Garrison, Executive Director, Peck School of the Arts’ Design Research Institute and Art and Design Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee
• Tom Strini, independent blogger, free-lance writer, public speaker and communications consultant

Visit the 2014 Treasure online gallery at
For more information or to reserve tickets, please contact Deborah Klement at 414.479.8800 or

Sponsored by:  Martin Schreiber & Associates and RW Baird Foundation







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