Presenting Art for Heart 2016

Fifteen curated Polish artists gather to raise money benefiting
Gift from the Heart Foundation and the Polish Museum of America

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Art For Heart 2016
Call For Artists
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Gift From the Heart Foundation
Learn About Our Benefactor
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The Polish Museum of America
Learn About Our Benefactor

ARTIST APPLICATION HERE

About Art for Heart

In 2011, Gift from the Heart Foundation (Dar Serca) in partnership with the Polish Museum of America debuted Art for Heart, a weekend-long art fundraiser celebrating Polish and Polish-American artists while benefitting both foundations.

That weekend, the exhibit attracted over 500 guests to the Polish Museum of America to view the artwork of more than a dozen local artists, sample great food and drink, and support the children of Gift from the Heart Foundation. Guests also had the opportunity to view the museum's extensive collection relating to Polish and Polish-American history.

Art for Heart is again proud to present Chicago’s talented Polish and Polish-American artists and share their artwork with the community. This year the event runs from October 1st through 7th with the exciting Opening Night Gala on October 1st!

Opening Night Gala

The Opening Night Gala kicks off the show on Saturday, October 1st from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Enjoy wonderful art and an opportunity to meet the artists, excellent Polish food, a cash bar, and music by DJ MC Mietek Entertainment.
Admission $20.

Singles Night

Friday, October 7th from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. The elegant but comfortable atmosphere of the beautiful art show; combined with great music by DJ Kamil Bartoszcze (KBE Entertainment), light appetizers, and a cash bar; makes a great night on the town for everyone, not just singles!
Admission $15.

Please visit the Event Details page for complete schedule and ticket information. All original artwork, as well as less expensive prints, will be available for sale. All profits raised during the event are evenly divided to benefit Gift from the Heart Foundation (50%) and the Polish Museum of America (50%).