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
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
An uplifting evening to stimulate the senses

Hosted by

  • 100 BLACK MEN OF CHICAGO, INC.
  • JACK & JILL OF AMERICA, INC. – NORTH SHORE CHAPTER
  • 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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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.”

Akua Afriyie GrayAkua Afriyie Gray
Angell JonesAngell Jones
Billie Wright-AdamsBillie Wright-Adams
Clyde YancyClyde Yancy
Debra G. WesleyDebra G. Wesley
Derek RobinsonDerek Robinson
Dr. Howard T. StrassnerDr. Howard T. Strassner
Kalisha HillDr. Kalisha Hill
Dr Mark A GreviousDr. Mark Grevious
Michael DavenportDr. Michael Davenport
Monica PeekDr. Monica Peek
Norman JamesDr. Norman James
Dr. Ebony JohnsonDr. Ebony Johnson
Paul JonesDr. Paul A. Jones
Robert WinnDr. Robert A. Winn
Selwyn RogersDr. Selwyn Rogers
 Dr Terry MasonDr. Terry Mason
Dr. Tonja AustinDr. Tonja Austin
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