Billionaire or bust, step up and play the ultimate game for business builders – “Startupverse, The Entrepreneurs Board Game.” Some assembly required, drinks not included.

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The non-profit Chris4Life came up with an unique idea for their first annual “Blue Hope Bash” – get cancer survivors to create art at ArtJamz and then sell the paintings during a silent auction to raise money. It worked!

Gala season is in full swing but the Blue Hope Bash hosted by the Chris4Life Colon Cancer Foundation added some creative twists to make their gala stand out. Cris4Life works to improve the patient-treatment experience of individuals with colon cancer, while also raising funds to research a cure – a dual approach that has them working for improvement in both the present and the future.

The evening featured a heartfelt keynote from Oklahoma Congressman Dan Boren, who recently lost his mother to colon cancer. ABC7 health reporter Jennifer Donelan was the evening’s mistress of ceremonies. But to make the gala standout from so many that occur in Washington D.C. at the silent auction, guests could bid on art created by colon cancer survivors at an ArtJamz session. A great creative twist that helped add to the evening’s successful fundraising efforts that reached $100,000.

See the photos from the Chris4Life private ArtJamz session HERE.

Have an event that you would like to have ArtJamz at, or, are you looking for a new and creative way to fundraise? Give us a call at 202-709-8078 or email info@artjamzdc.com

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This summer, join the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design for the return of ArtJamz on August 24–26 from 7 to 11 p.m. in the Corcoran’s Gallery 31. Inspired by the Corcoran’s summer exhibition Chris Martin Painting Big (June 18–October 23, 2011), Artjamz: Painting Big Sessions will prompt participants to think [...]

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In perhaps the most significant partnership since launching a year ago in June 2010, ArtJamz participants will get a chance to paint while listening to live jazz in the Kogod Courtyard of the American Art Museum during three of the museum’s ongoing Thursday night “Take 5! Concerts.”

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The Washington Post singled out the Picnic Theatre Company and its brand of “Drink Theatre” calling it Washington’s “next big thing” in the city’s evolving creative entertainment scene.

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ArtJamz is headed back to Shaw district to Lamont Bishop Gallery for a five night stand in one of the cities newest and coolest new galleries.

FIVE NIGHTS ONLY REGISTER HERE!
May 26 and 27 6:30PM to 10:00PM
June 2, 3, and 4 6:30PM to 10:00PM
Lamont Bishop Gallery
1314 9th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Welcome to Shaw – one [...]