Thursday, October 11, 2018
6:30 to 9 PM

299 Greenwich Avenue . Greenwich, CT 06830 .  P 203.862.6750 F 203.862.6753 .
This Benefit Evening establishes a new tradition of giving in Greenwich and features an array of prominent professional artists in many different fields including the visual arts, dance, drama, opera, classical and jazz music - all areas of the Council's public programming. Cocktails and elegant hors d'oeuvres will be interspersed with performances throughout the evening, all happening at the Greenwich Arts Council.
at the The Greenwich Arts Council
299 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

You are invited to a festive evening 
celebrating the arts featuring cocktails, music,
 a live graffiti painting and gourmet
hors d' oeuvres by renown chef RUI from DOURO

A opportunity to acquire works by renowned artists

RSVP by October 1, 2018 |

Tickets for the Event:

$ 175 Individual / person      
(special price only through
August 10, 2018)

$ 250 Patron / person 

$ 500 Benefactor / person 

Regretfully, I cannot attend, but would like 
to make a donation (fully tax deductible)

Your contribution in excess of $85 per person
is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law

To make a reservation click here or please call 
the GAC office at 203.862.6750
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Arts Alive! Co-Chairs
Heather Cotter and Marie-Eve Murr
Arts Alive! Committee

Andrew Brookman
Elizabeth Cotter
Laura Cunningham
Jen Danzi
Mary Kate Donato
Laurel Forst
Leslie Doop Friday
Lynn Garelick
Sonal Gibson
Louisa Greene
Kyle Hicks Healy
Anne Marie Hynes
Mary A. Jacobson
Laura Kaehler
Robbie Kestnbaum

Olivia Langston
Kimberly Lee 
Sonia Malloy
Janet Marchand
Leah Marmon
Barbara O' Shea
Cynthia Powell
Fereshteh Priou
Dorianne Samuels
Helena McCarthy Schmalhofer
Margaret Esme Simon
Maria Kelly Stevens
Carolyn Surgent
Margot Tusa
Jennifer Zulli

Upon completing his culinary training, Chef Rui Correia went on to work at some of the best known kitchens in New York City: Union Square Cafe with Chef Michael Romano and acclaimed restaurateur and hospitality guru, Danny Meyer, Gramercy Tavern with Tom Colicchio, Mesa Grill with Bobby Flay and Gotham Bar & Grill with Alfred Portale.

In the fall of 2009, he began to showcase his native Portuguese cuisine by opening DOURO Restaurant in Greenwich, CT. DOURO is named after the region where he was born, and features a new world menu from an old world cuisine.Due to his representation of such an unfamiliar cuisine and country, he has been recognized in local, national and international publications (New York Times, Greenwich Magazine, Serendipity Magazine, WAG). As well as appearing in television broadcasts including: New England Living TV, Better TV, RTP Portugal,
and has been a regular on NBC’s TODAY Show.

His Portuguese background and cuisine is applied to everything he does in his kitchen and lifestyle. Chef Rui is becoming a leader and ambassador for Portuguese
wines, food, culture and travel.
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