Join the MAA for its third annual “The Art of Scotch”, Friday February 23 from 6:00-9:00 pm at the King Hooper Mansion, 8 Hooper Street. This year’s event promises to be the best one yet. Attendees will enjoy tastings from several choice single malts, including some hand carried back from a recent trip to Scotland including the incredibly rare Glenrothes 2006 Single Cask– unavailable outside the UK. Whisky-paired small plates to accompany the liquid ambrosia will be provided by Chef Barry of Five Corners Kitchen.
Thank you to our Key Sponsors Marblehead Bank and HCF Fine Craftsmanship for supporting this event! Additional support provided by: 5 Corners Kitchen, Lumiere Lauren, Kappy’s Liquors, Shubies, Mud Puddle Toys, Red Lion Smoke Shop, Laura Kanzler of Hotaling & Co, Copper Fox Designs and Musicians: Lisa DiCarlo and John Wooldridge.
The Art of Scotch Online Auction is Live ! Bid now on Claudia Kaufman’s Oil Painting below.
Tickets for this event are limited, get yours now! Please pay at the door after 5 pm.
In addition to the tasting, there will be an entertaining scavenger hunt, a fun raffle and live auction of an original oil painting by MAA Artist and Board Co-President, Claudia Kaufman. Learn from Harry Foster and Missy Fisher’s recent experiences at distilleries in Scotland while enjoying 6 galleries of art from the 2018 MAA New England Regional Exhibition: Variations IV.
Consider becoming a sponsor! Contact Executive Director Patti Baker, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested in how sponsoring this exciting FUN-draiser could benefit you!
All proceeds will benefit the exhibitions, programming and resources of the Marblehead Arts Association. The MAA is a local cultural, non-profit organization supported solely by memberships, sales of commissioned artwork and donations. Each year the Marblehead Arts Association must raise 100% of its annual operating budget.