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Art of the Mind RSVP

M2G Ventures requests the honor of your presence at

Art of the Mind

WHEN

Thursday, November 7, 2024
At 6 o’clock in the evening
[cocktail attire]

WHERE

Tannahill’s Tavern & Music Hall by Chef Tim Love
122 E. Exchange
Suite 200
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Valet is complimentary but we encourage guests to rideshare or carpool. 

ENTERTAINMENT

An exclusive, private performance by Grammy Award-winner Lee Ann Womack

Art of the Mind

Sponsorship Opportunities

GALLERY: $25,000 (1 available)

  • Music Headline Sponsor
  • Admission for 12
  • Meet & greet with the artist
  • Reserved VIP Rodeo Box seating
  • Direct bar access
  • Stage mention
  • Recognition in event program, event webpage, auction microsite, and press opportunities
  • Company logo to appear on donor communications and all branded materials at the event
  • Recognition in Art of the Mind Thank You ad
  • Full page recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report and other exclusive MHI events

 

 

MURAL: $20,000

  • Art Program Sponsor
  • Admission for 12
  • Reserved VIP table
  • Recognition in art video
  • Stage mention
  • Recognition in event program, event webpage, auction microsite, and press opportunities
  • Company logo to appear on donor communications and all branded materials at the event
  • Recognition in Art of the Mind Thank You ad
  • Full page recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report and other exclusive MHI events

PORTRAIT: $15,000

  • Admission for 10
  • Preferred seating for guests
  • Recognition in event program, event webpage, auction microsite, and press opportunities
  • Company logo to appear on donor communications and all branded materials at the event
  • Recognition in Art of the Mind Thank You ad
  • Recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report and other exclusive MHI event

CANVAS: $10,000

  • Admission for 8
  • Recognition in event program and on event webpage
  • Recognition in Art of the Mind Thank You ad
  • Recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report

PALETTE: $5,000

  • Admission for 4
  • Recognition in event program and on event webpage
  • Recognition in Art of the Mind Thank You ad
  • Recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report

Together, we will change the way we treat mental illness.

Invest in the Future of Mental Health

FUNDRAISING PARTNERSHIP

M2G’s MHI supports the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care (CDRC) in our hometown of Fort Worth. At the CDRC, the vision is a future free from the burden of depression. M2G’s partnership with the CDRC aims to bring its services, studies, and resources to children and young adults across our region. The work Dr. Trivedi and his team of researchers are doing is changing the way mental illness is diagnosed and treated, now and in the future.

PROGRESS

Since the launch of our partnership in 2019, we have raised over $1M to establish and support a clinical site for the CDRC at Moncrief Cancer Institute. Creating an operational presence in Fort Worth has provided residents of Tarrant County with access to novel treatments and research, further expanding the ability to study a broader range of participants in the DFW metroplex.

VISION

We have a vision for a world that offers better outcomes, earlier intervention, and a path to healing and wholeness for those individuals and families struggling with a mental illness. And the groundbreaking research conducted within the center is bringing better understanding of the causes of depression, identifying effective new treatments, and improving existing ones in real time.

M2G Ventures’ Art of the Mind is the intersection of art and science.

M2G strategically partners with local artists to commission fine art purposefully rooted in changing the way we talk about mental health and understand mental illness. We believe art can speak for us when words are not adequate. Each artist has created a unique work of art that is reflective of their interpretation of the mental health journey. The program will culminate an evening of discussion, hope and inspiration, and all proceeds from the art auction will benefit the mission and work of UT Southwestern’s CDRC.

View the 2023 Art Program below.

Textile Therapy by Katie Murray

Referential Treatment by William Atkinson

From the Inside by Andy Arkley

Lost by Tracie Bobo

Towards a New Horizon by B Shawn Cox

Little Girl in Blue (Janis Blue) by Ariel Davis

No One Knows What Tomorrow Brings by Riley Holloway

Indigo Orobus by Calder Kamin

The Cloth from Which We Are Cut by Jacob Lovett

Submerged 44 by Carmen Menza

Dust to Dust by Kyle Steed

Home of the Brave by Jay Wilkinson

Meet the Live Artist, Chris Coleman