Dallas: Women Of The Arts Event Supports Texas Cultural Trust

December 18, 2023
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Gathering Hosts Women Of The Arts Event While Attracting Patrons From Around Texas

By Rob Giardinelli     Photography provided by The Texas Cultural Trust

THE SCENE: The residence of Dallas philanthropist Debbie Tolleson was the recent setting of a very special evening of fun and raising more awareness for the arts in Texas. Approximately 100 sociables, philanthropists, and art patrons gathered for a reception benefiting the Texas Women for the Arts within The Texas Cultural Trust.

THE VIBE: The cocktail attire crowd began the evening with a reception at the Tolleson home where guests mingled while sipping their favorite cocktail. Attendees had the opportunity to chat with women involved in the Texas Women for the Arts to learn more about the program and how the organization helps provide artistic access to children.

The crowd gathered in a gorgeous, two-story room inside the Tolleson residence to hear a few words from the organization and event leaders. After the leaders spoke, the audience was treated to a moving musical performance by Frisco-based cellist Danielle Yoon, a recipient who has benefited from the Texas Cultural Trust through its Young Master’s Program. Her performance capped off a magical evening those fortunate enough to be a part of will not soon forget.

THE NON-PROFIT: The event raised funds for the Texas Cultural Trust’s Texas Women for the Arts Program. Established in 2005, the Texas Women for the Arts goal is to awaken and nurture the artist in every Texas child. Since its inception, the Texas Women for the Arts has provided 362 grants worth over $4 million that have impacted over 3.6 million children throughout the state of Texas.

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