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26th ANNUAL CUISINE FOR ART FUNDRAISER

Thursday, May 16, 2024

6 pm Cocktails and Auction

7 pm Dinner, Entertainment, Presentation
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

 

We invite you to be part of the 26th Annual Cuisine for Art. All proceeds support the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood's Create More Art initiative to expand art education and cultural experiences to the South Florida community.

 

Cuisine for Art engages Elected Officials and Community Leaders as Celebrity Waiters and to honor valued Center Partners and raise much needed funds for arts education programming. Guests enjoy a 3-course dinner, libations, live entertainment and more.

 

SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE - $20,000 - $1,000
Tickets:  $225 per person |  $2,100 table of 10

Business Cocktail Attire

RSVP by Friday, May 10

Program Ads: $150 Full-page color (6.5 in x 8 in)

Ad Deadline: Wednesday, May 1

Send Ads to yvette@artandculturecenter.org

 

honorees

HONOREES

JOY SATTERLEE

MAX CHIRA

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honoree bios

Joy Satterlee has been a part of the Art and Culture Center for over 21 years, beginning as the Deputy Director in 2002. Later, she took on the role of Interim Director and became the Executive Director in 2005, recently retiring in December 2023. Her name is synonymous with her spirit and is valued by all for being an unwavering advocate for the South Florida arts community. She served as an Advisor, Trustee, or Member for several organizations, including the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, Girls’ Club Gallery Fort Lauderdale, Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Broward Women’s Alliance, Florida Association of Museums, Funding Arts Broward, and Citizens Interested in Arts. The Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce fittingly presented her with the 2017 Community Leadership Award. Above all, Joy is a true friend, colleague, and community partner that anyone is lucky to call their own. Her passion for the cultural arts, love of adventurous travel, and wanderlust soul set her apart. She is the person you want to have a glass of wine with, share a good meal, enjoy a performance or experience and trade entertaining stories. Joy’s impact on the South Florida arts and culture landscape will be lasting. She is precious to many for all that she embodies.

Max Chira moved to the City of Hollywood when he was only two years old. His family established Chira’s Department Store in 1941, which operated for 46 years. He is grateful for the opportunities awarded to his family during the infancy of the City. Max has an entrepreneurial spirit and later expanded into interests in real estate, banking, investments, and mortgages, where he found great success. He believes in giving back and is a benefactor for the new campus planned for Chabad of NE Hollywood. Max has committed to supporting the new playground in Arts Park at Young Circle in honor of his beloved parents and will be recognized as a legacy catalyst for the Center’s new Arts Education Wing, helping to equip and activate the expanded programming in the $7M facility that is expected to open in March 2025. He and Joy collaborated for two years to design a strategy that will benefit the South Florida community for decades to come. Max’s dedication to his beloved family, love for the City of Hollywood, and commitment to providing opportunities for young people is an honorable legacy.

Special Performance by Michael Dean as CHER in honor of his affection for  Joy Satterlee and her
21 years of service to the South Florida
arts community. 

Celebrity Waiters

CELEBRITY
WAITERS

As of March 28, 2024

Elected Government Officials

Hon. Hillary Cassel
Florida State Representative
Hon. Marie Woodson
Florida State Representative
Hon. Beam Furr
Broward County Commissioner
Hon. Josh Levy
City of Hollywood Mayor
Hon. Kevin Biederman
City of Hollywood Commissioner
Hon. Traci Callari
City of Hollywood Commissioner
Hon. Adam Gruber
City of Hollywood Commissioner
Hon. Idelma Quintana
City of Hollywood Commissioner
Hon. Caryl Shuham
City of Hollywood Commissioner
Marty Kiar
Broward County Property Appraiser
Debbi Hixon
Broward County School Board
Member At-Large

Community Leaders

Anthony Billisi
Pastry Chef, Mimi’s Ravioli

Tim Curtin
Vice President of Community Services, Memorial Healthcare System
Jeff Delmay
Chief Operating Officer,
Delmay and Partners
Michael Goodman
President/Founder,
Goodman Public Relations
Jules Meyer
Founder/President, PR Pageant Coaches

Clive Taylor
President, Hollywood Historical Society
Ben Wesley
Senior External Affairs Manager, FPL

Sponsors

SPONSORS

As of April 17, 2024

Presenting Sponsor

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Magnum Sponsors

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Champagne Sponsors

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Bordeaux Sponsor

Sangiovese Sponsors

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James & Amanda Mitchell

Jason Pizzo

Rioja Sponsors

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Dr. Mark & Jacqueline Christ

In-kind Sponsor

EVENT
COMMITTEE

Co-Chair Jules Meyer
Co-Chair Susan Renneisen
Co-Chair Anna Smith
Tracy Cenami
Jackie Christ
Jill Ginsberg
Elena Hershey
Marty Jacobsen
Oscar Llorente
Barbara Marks
Amanda Mitchell
Randy Ortzman
Alan Stang
Lisa Tineo
Center Staff Support:
Jen Gravelle
Leo Sarmiento
Yvette Wasserman
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The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood  is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood; the Broward County Cultural Division, the Cultural Council, and the Broward County Board of County Commissioners; the State of Florida through the Division of Arts and Culture and the National Endowment for the Arts; the Community Foundation of Broward; David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation; Josephine S. Leiser Foundation, and Helen Ingham Foundation. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work.

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