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November 5 @ 7:00 pm - 11:59 pmSOLD OUT
Pavilion XXXVI: Humana vs. Machina will transform the Museum into a futuristic landscape that explores the boundaries between human and machine. Inspired by advances in digital art and the limitless opportunities that new immersive technology will create in the art landscape, Humana vs. Machina will add a touch of futurism to the Tampa Museum of Art’s signature black-tie event.
At this event, donations support efforts to reduce the barriers to admission, making the Museum’s exhibitions and educational programs more accessible to all community members. Likewise, donations also support special outreach programs to help vulnerable segments of the population gain meaningful modes of self-expression.
Join us for Pavilion XXXVI, a philanthropic celebration honoring the Tampa Museum of Art’s innovative art education programs for our diverse community. At Pavilion, Tampa Bay visionaries, leaders and benefactors gather to raise funds that contribute to building a stronger future for the community through the Tampa Museum of Art’s programs and educational offerings.
Cocktails | Dinner | Dancing | Black Tie
Chairs: Cassie & Jake Greatens
Honorees: The Adams & Casper Families
Tickets are sold out
Thanks to strong community support, tickets to Pavilion XXXVI: Humana vs. Machina are sold out. If you are interested in signing up for the Pavilion waitlist, contact: Aislinn.Stone@TampaMuseum.org | 813.421.8368.
Photography, audio, and video recording will occur at this event. By purchasing a ticket to Pavilion XXXVI: Humana vs. Machina, you consent to such recording media and its release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction. Read more about the notice of filming and photography.
Patron Party Sponsors:
Premier Table Sponsors:
Dick & Cornelia Corbett | Mary & Bryan Crino
Sarah & Brooks Watkins | AGW Capital Advisors
Vinik Family Foundation | RELATED Group | Maureen & Doug Cohn / Suzanne & Mitchell Rice
The Toni Everett Company | University of Tampa | Bank of Tampa
Strategic Property Partners | Gagnon Foundation | Ellison Advisors | Raymond James