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February 3 - March 4, 2006
3rd Annual Gala & Live Auction "Masks At MOCA" at the Museum of Contemporary Art

The annual Gala & Live Auction Faces in the Crowd 2005 brought over 3,000 people to the Museum last year, and the Masks At MOCA this year is sure to even more exciting! This is my 3rd year to participate as an artist for creating a mask for the event and the title of my mask is "The Mask". It will be displayed in the show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Masks At MOCA is a fundraising event for art education programs of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), which is a community based mask project. Each mask is made from low-fire clay that has been bisque fired. Clay masks are distributed to artists and community personalities - and the occasional celebrity - to be painted or decorated in any way they choose. The masks will be on display at MOCA for approximately a month for bidding and appreciation. The Gala masks that have been selected for corporate sponsorship will be taken to the Gala Celebration where the masks will be available for final purchase through a silent and live auction.

Masks At MOCA 2006 Dates and Events:

Opening Reception: Friday, February 3 in MOCA's Main Gallery.

Gala Celebration and Live Auction: Saturday, March 4, from 6:30pm at the Marriott Hotel (Call the MOCA at 482-2787 for tickets)

* For more detailed information, please visit the following website: www.fcmoca.org