Learn About SOM gala Celebrates Spirit of Innovation
The SOM gala celebrates the spirit of innovation by recognizing innovators in food, wine, fashion, and design. We feature about 200 local chefs, designers, and artisans bringing new vibrancy to their industry. The gala will be preceded by a cocktail reception from 7pm to 8:30pm on Tuesday, December 6th, at the historic Press Club in downtown Seattle and includes a live auction with over 400 lots.
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The event also features an award presentation to architect Tom Kundig for outstanding contributions to architecture, design, and.
The SOM gala has proven to be a hallmark event in the Seattle cultural scene, attracting people from around the region and nation who are attracted to the dynamic and innovative programs offered. This year’s event promises to be no exception.
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SOM is proud of its history and continuing presence within Seattle’s creative community. The SOM Foundation was founded in 1975 by art collectors and philanthropists Charles Kimball Adler and Walter Paepcke to advance the advancement of fine arts in Seattle. The gala is highlighted annually by a stellar collection of chefs, artists, designers, and entrepreneurs who are passionate about creating.
Additionally, the gala is the single most important fundraiser for the SOM Foundation and one of Washington state’s most significant charitable events.
The gala is open to the public and will be held at the Press Club in downtown Seattle on Tuesday, December 6, 2014. Tickets include light hors d’oeuvres and a featured beverage, admission to a cocktail reception from 7pm to 8:30pm, a silent auction and live auction with over 400 lots, and event sponsorship opportunities. There is a $500 charge for those who would like to sponsor the event. Tickets are available online at www.somfoundation.
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