Leisa and Steven Richman, event co-chair Avery Kastin, and Alison and Elliott Mendes.
Brian Teeter, event cochair Cassandra Young and Chad Wood.
Guests enjoyed an evening of entertainment and art at the Carlos Museum’s 19th annual Bacchanal. With a theme inspired by the end of the Maya calendar and the museum’s fall exhibit “‘For I Am the Black Jaguar’: Shamanic Visionary Experience in Ancient American Art,” the End of the World party featured food from Atlanta’s best caterers, exclusive after-hour access to extraordinary works of art, gloATL dancers, a luxury raffle and music. The benefit supports the museum’s world-class exhibitions and programming.
Ga. Music Foundation
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and Zac Brown.
“Just An Old Sweet Song,” a music industry dinner, was held at the Tabernacle to benefit the Georgia Music Foundation. Program highlights included a keynote speech by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and a rare acoustic set by country music superstar and Leesburg, Ga. native Luke Bryan. Gov. Deal was joined by Michele Caplinger, senior executive director of The Recording Academy® Atlanta Chapter, to recognize Georgia’s 2013 GRAMMY® Nominees.
Mac Powell, Brando Bush, and First Lady Sandra Deal.
Kelly Morris, granddaughter of Bernie Marcus.
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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum hosted the 2012 Atlanta Dinner to thank longtime supporters and educate and inspire guests about the museum’s work and the continuing relevance of the Holocaust. The keynote address was given by Clemantine Wamariya, a survivor of the Rwandan Genocide and the youngest person to be appointed as a member of U. S. Holocaust Memorial Council.
Published on Mar 8, 2013