2018 Family Dynamics Art, Wine & Design Auction
Apr 23, 2018 / Lightbox, NYC
Family Dynamics’ 7th Annual Benefit Art Auction & Reception Raises $100,000
for After School Arts Programs for Brooklyn Youth
More than 125 local art, wine and design lovers gathered at the Lightbox in Manhattan April 23rd for the 8th Annual SCO Family Dynamics Art, Wine & Design Auction to raise awareness and funds for community-based family and after school programs in Central Brooklyn.
The evening’s silent and live auctions featured artwork donated by contemporary artists, vineyard tours at Long Island wineries, and home design items. The evening also included a paddle raise to help raise funds for Family Dynamics programs. Many contributing artists and donors were on hand for the proceedings, which were overseen by event co-chairs Helen Allen Smith and Grace Morgan, as well as auctioneer Amy Papola.
Auction items were generously donated by: Helen Allen Smith, Stephen Antonson, Harry Bertschmann, Peter Bogardus, Clayton Calvert, Parker Calvert, The Children of Family Dynamics Beacon Community Center, Marc Dennis, Tim Freccia, Judy Ross Textiles, Karen Kaapcke, Joan Kalmanek, A.E. Kieren, Knoll, LLADRÓ, Andrew Margolies Mezvinsky, Grace Morgan, Tatyana Murray, Brian Pearson, Jim Plunkett, Robair Reichenstein, Alexandra Rowley, Stepanka Ceramics and Wölffer Estate Vineyard.
Sponsors for the Family Dynamics Art, Wine & Design Auction included cityglyph, The Morrison & Foerster Foundation, Kate & Alexander Brodsky, The Margolis Foundation, Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP, Martina & Federico De Giorgis, Joni & Scott Grossman, Sharon Zambrelli and Beverage Sponsors Bombay Sapphire and Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits.
of participants in our award-winning Fathers' Program met their goals by improving their relationship with their children, financial commitment to their children, and/or connecting to essential services
participants in our Young Adult Workforce Program at Rikers Island completed our program to become licensed drivers to improve their employability