Art of the Mind RSVP

M2G Ventures requests the honor of your presence at

Art of the Mind


Thursday, November 3, 2022
At 5:30 in the evening
[cocktail attire]


The Ostreum
108 South Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76104

Art of the Mind

Sponsorship Opportunities

MURAL: Secured

  • Admission for 10
  • Reserved VIP table
  • Stage mention
  • Recognition in all MHI-related social media posts throughout 2022
  • Recognition in event program, event webpage, and press opportunities
  • Recognition in impact video
  • Company logo to appear on print invitations, donor communications, and all branded materials at the event
  • Full page recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report

PORTRAIT: $20,000 (limited availability)

  • Admission for 10
  • Reserved VIP table
  • Stage mention
  • Recognition in event program, social media, event webpage, and press opportunities
  • Company logo to appear on all branded materials at the event
  • Half page recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report

CANVAS: $10,000

  • Admission for 8
  • Reserved VIP table
  • Recognition in event program and on event webpage
  • Recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report

PALETTE: $5,000

  • Admission for 6
  • Preferred seating for guests
  • Recognition in event program and on event webpage
  • Recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report

TEXTURE: $3,000

  • Admission for 4
  • Recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report
  • Recognition in event program and on event webpage

BRUSH: $1,500

  • Admission for 2


  • Stage mention
  • Customized branded opportunities at the event
  • Recognition in event program and event webpage
  • Recognition in the M2G MHI Annual Report



Simmons Bank


MWG Enterprises


Empire Holdings
Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP
Pennybacker Capital
Terry & Allison Montesi Foundation
The Miles Foundation Community Fund at the North Texas Community Foundation
Troy & Julie Moncrief


Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC
NAI Robert Lynn
Paslay Group
R & S Miller Family LP
Stockyards Heritage Development Co.
Stream Realty Partners
United Way of Tarrant County


Calvetti Ferguson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kris Miller, Ryann LLC
Qurumbli Foundation
Tom & Ellen Harris
Tommy Pigg


Abrazo Acquisition Group LLC
Chris & Alexa Harden
Kyle & Allyson Valley
Link Partners LLC
Steve Brauer, Jr.
Tanya A. Zielinski, M.D., P.A.
Trivium Capital LLC
Zenith Roofing & Waterproofing

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.

Browse through the commissioned art for the 2022 auction below.

In the Library of Color by Katie Murray

50″x40″ Latex, Spray Paint and Oil on Cradled Wood Panel

Hoboe with Suitcase by Max Kuhn

31″x31″ Acrylic, Ink, Collage on Found Cardboard & Wood

Lifting the Veil by Joey Brock

49.5″x39.5″ Photography and Cotton Thread on Mylar

Persistence by Jess Tedder

60″x48″ Oil on Canvas

Hooked by Scott Dykema

48″x24″ Mixed Media on Canvas (oil, enamel, texture medium, gold leaf, spray paint)

Peace in Pieces by Molly Magill

Series of 3 20″x16″ Acrylic on Collaged Canvas

Cry If You Want To by Jay Wilkinson

18″x24″ Oil on Board

Rainbows and Rainstorms Share the Same Sky by Layla Luna

40″x30″ Flashe and Oil on Canvas

Demons of the Heart by Tracie Bobo

24″x30″ Oil on Canvas, Finger Painter

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

Invest in the Future of Mental Health


To raise $1 million to fund and launch 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.


With your help, we are over halfway to reaching our $1 million, 3-year fundraising goal. Since the opening of the CDRC clinical site at the Moncrief Cancer Institute in 2019, Dr. Trivedi has implemented the Texas Resilience Against Depression (T-RAD) study, which aims to identify biomarkers of depression and resilience. To date, the CDRC site in Fort Worth has enrolled 90 participants. Through innovative programs such as T-RAD, the CDRC is developing practical tests that will transform clinical care for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mood disorders, which will have long-lasting and transformative benefits in our region.


With less than $500,000 to raise by 2023, we remain more committed than ever to our pledge to the CDRC. And with the impact already seen in our community through Dr. Trivedi’s research and programs, we are more inspired than ever. As most grand endeavors go, it takes a village. And we are so grateful to have a circle of supporters who demand better outcomes, earlier intervention, and a path to healing for this and future generations.