2017 HFAS Art Tour — Chicago

NOVEMBER 16-19, 2017

Thursday, November 16th

6pm – 10pm • Opening Night Gala @ HFAS
Salute to African Americans in Medicine
An upscale evening connecting art and healing

Hosted by
NORTH SHORE (IL) CHAPTER OF THE LINKS, INCORPORATED

  • Art Exhibition & Sale
  • VIP Reception
  • Tribute to Medical Professionals in the Local Community
  • Tribute to Congressman Danny Davis
  • Special Guest Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X
  • Live Entertainment • Hors d’oeuvres • Open Bar
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Friday, November 17th

9am – 3pm • Youth Empowerment Day
Special Mentoring in Medicine (S.T.E.A.M. Program)
(Open to Selected Schools)

6pm – 10pm • Uptown Friday Night @ Harlem Fine Arts Show
A sophisticated evening of visual delight

Hosted by
THE ROTARY CLUB OF CHICAGO SOUTHEAST

  • Art Exhibition & Sale
  • VIP Reception
  • Live Entertainment • Hors d’oeuvres • Open Bar
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Saturday, November 18th

10am – 4pm • Art Exhibition & Sale

  • Lecture Series: Discussion of Art Collecting & Appraisals
  • Authors Pavilion & Book Signing
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6pm – 10pm • Saturday Night “Live” @ Harlem Fine Arts Show

Hosted by

  • 100 BLACK MEN OF CHICAGO, INC.
  • JACK & JILL OF AMERICA, INC. – NORTH SHORE CHAPTER
  • COOK COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
  • Art Exhibition & Sale
  • VIP Reception
  • Live Entertainment • Hors d’oeuvres • Open Bar
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Sunday, November 19th

12pm – 6pm • Art Exhibition & Sale
Salute to African American Nurses

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2017 Exhibitor Showcase

Opening Night Gala

Uptown Friday Night

Saturday Night “LIVE”

Each of the evening receptions is open to the public and a portion of ticket sales will benefit various Chicagoland philanthropic organizations.

MALCOLM X COLLEGE
1900 W. Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL 60612
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Honoring African Americans in Medicine

Supporting the theme of this year’s annual multi-city tour, The Power of Creative Arts in Health & Healing, HFAS will recognize the contributions of African Americans  in Medicine selected from various medical institutions in Chicago and surrounding suburbs, in a celebration of “African Americans in Medicine.”

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