Join us to celebrate and support the arts, particularly the major exhibition 30 Americans, featuring the work of acclaimed contemporary Black artists.
The Gala is the CMA’s largest fundraiser of the year and raises significant funds to support the museum’s award-winning arts education and community enrichment programs.
Image above: Kehinde Wiley
Born in Los Angeles, CA, 1977 | Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
Equestrian Portrait of the Count Duke Olivares (detail), 2005
Oil on canvas, 108 x 108 in. (274.3 x 274.3 cm)
© Kehinde Wiley. Courtesy Rubell Museum, Miami
Dr. Suzan D. Boyd and Mr. M. Edward Sellers
Governor and Mrs. James H. Hodges
First Citizens Bank; Susan B. and C. Carroll Heyward
Mary and John Kessler; C. Philip and Corbett Toussaint
Dr. Mary Baskin-Waters and Mr. Samuel C. Waters; Carolina Gold Construction; Becky and Earl Ellis; Peri Johnson; Cathy and Mike Love; Brenda and Rick Wheeler; Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. Zvejnieks