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Michigan Legacy Art Park will present the Legacy Gala on Friday, August 6,2021. This signature fundraising event helps to fund the mission-driven programs and activities of the Art Park. The event will feature a silent auction, sparkling wine reception, locally-sourced dinner, live music and the presentation of the Legacy Award.
Vegetable Paella – Saffron-infused risotto, roasted mushrooms, tomatoes, artichokes, squash, zucchini, spring peas, and fresh shaved Parmesan
The Legacy Award honors those who make a significant, positive impact on Michigan’s arts, history, culture or environment. This year, Michigan Legacy Art Park is proud to present the Legacy Award to Lois Teicher.
Ms. Teicher is one of Detroit’s most prolific and groundbreaking artists. She has lived and worked in Detroit her entire life. Teicher is well known for her large-scale steel sculptures, including Curved Form with Rectangle and Space (2000), installed in Hudson Art Park near the Scarab Club, Bonnet (1999), permanently installed in the Michigan Legacy Art Park, in Thompsonville, MI, Bag (2011) in Kansas City, Missouri, Functional Reference #1 (1993) at The Dennos Museum in Traverse City, Mi and Paper Airplane Series in Bishop Airport, Flint. In addition, her work is represented in numerous private and public collections.
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