Detroit ArtWorks to Educate Children, Support Families,Rebuild Neighborhoods and Support Individuals Living with HIV

The 22nd Anniversary ArtWorks Detroit, Detroit’s premier art auction event, featuring more than 150 original works donated by well-known metro Detroit artists and others, will be held Friday, Oct. 13. The evening begins at 7 p.m. at the Center for Creative Studies’ A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education. Tickets are $75 each.

ArtWorks Detroit offers a live, silent auction of donated works paired with drinks, food tasting and entertainment for an exciting evening event worthy of the Detroit art community.

The evening supports Matrix Human Services family of programs that are Educating Children, Supporting Families and Rebuilding Neighborhoods in Detroit, including Matrix’s HIV and AIDS programs.

Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, at 7 p.m. to midnight

College for Creative Studies

A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education

460 W. Baltimore, Detroit, MI 48202

FEATURED ARTISTS: 

Yoko Ono

July Eliyas

Jeri Hollister

Ken Axelrad

Robbie Aaron

Darcel Deneau

Many more

Matrix Human Services is now one of the largest and most comprehensive providers of HIV prevention and treatment services in metro Detroit. Funds from ArtWorks Detroit will support the ongoing need to educate children, support families, rebuild neighborhoods as well as providing information, risk reduction training, counseling and testing, and case management services for people living with HIV throughout Southeast Michigan

.ABOUT MATRIX HUMAN SERVICES

Detroit-based Matrix Human Services is a 111-year-old, 501(c)(3), social services organization committed to youth, individuals and families reaching self-sufficiency. Matrix offers positive life experiences, assistance with basic needs, education, and supportive services that defuse crisis, treat individuals and family problems, prevent abuse and neglect. With over 550 employees and 35 locations, Matrix is the 22nd largest nonprofit in Southeast Michigan. Matrix serves over 20,000 annually by operating the largest pre-K Head Start program in the City serving more than 1,900 children per school year. Matrix runs three teen runawaycenters, one of the largest HIV outreach programs, and a large community center in the eastside Osborn neighborhood. For more about Matrix Human Services, visit www.matrixhumanservices.org.