Date & Time
Friday, April 29, 2016 11:30 am
to 1:00 pm
Venue
River Oaks Country Club 

Since 2001, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) has provided Houston with quality programming in the arts.  During that time, the organization has grown from a local treasure into a nationally regarded center for craft.  This spring, HCCC celebrates its 15th anniversary year, “La Quinceañera,” and has the privilege of honoring Lucinda Loya—a woman known for her taste and innovation, impeccable style, and passion for the arts and philanthropy.

Please join HCCC and event chair Judy Nyquist in honoring Lucinda at this year’s Spring Luncheon.  The event will also include a unique silent auction, “Elevating the Everyday,” featuring everything from stunning jewelry to sculpture made by celebrated craft artists.  Preview the silent auction here.

Ticket sales are now closed.  For more information, please  email legacy@crafthouston.org  or call 713 529 4848 x. 113.

UNDERWRITERS
As of April 20, 2016

CONNOISSEURS
Kathrine McGovern/McGovern Foundation
Catherine Morgan
Sara & Bill Morgan

COGNOSCENTI
Cathy Brock, Phyllis Childress, Anne Lamkin Kinder & Susan Lawhon Padon
Louisa Stude Sarofim

COLLABORATORS
Leslie & Brad Bucher
Bud Light/Silver Eagle Distributors
Lucinda Loya
Judy Nyquist

CRAFTY
Carolyn Covault
Jana Fant
Franci Neely Foundation
Glen & Haley Eichelberger/Reed & Betty Ann Smith
Melanie Gray & Mark Wawro

CREATIVE
Brochsteins
Jereann Chaney
Tom Edens & Carla Cotropia
Edward Lane McCartney & David Gooding
Anna Thomsen Holliday
Beth Madison/Madison Charitable Foundation
Barbara Paull
Bette & Richard Pesikoff
Petrello Family Foundation
Donae Chramosta, Shelley Daly & Tara Treleaven
Victoria Lightman, Anna Mavromatis, Byron Pettit & Tracye Wear
Rex Watson, Jim Roy & Fabené Welch

GENEROUS FRIENDS
Joan & Stanford Alexander
Karina Barbieri
Dr. & Mrs. Meherwan P. Boyce
Kristy Bradshaw
Katie & AJ Brass
Stephanie A. Cockrell
Copy.com
Marita & JB Fairbanks
Cece Fowler
Alton LaDay & Jonathon Glus
Cynthia Hickok
Lisa Holthouse
Johnathan Andrew Sage, Inc.
Tama Brooks Klosek
Amy Lee
Frances Marzio
Ginni Mithoff
David L. Pesikoff
Brooke Robertson
Regina Rogers
Dylan & Jordan Seff
Yvonne Stern
Becca Cason Thrash

HOST COMMITTEE

Ericka Bagwell
Luba Bigman
Kristy Bradshaw
Deborah Brochstein
Chris & Divya Brown
Brad Bucher
Gracie Cavnar
Jereann Chaney
Donae Cangelosi Chramosta
Phyllis Childress
Stephanie Cockrell
Christy Cushman
Julie Cushman
Joyce Echols
Tom Edens
Cece & Mark Fowler
Alton LaDay & Jonathon Glus
Anna Holliday
Lisa Holthouse
Boo Kennedy
Sima Ladjevardian
Melanie Lawson
Amy Lee
Victoria Lightman
Ernesto Maldonado
Anna Mavromatis
Edward Lane McCartney
Hannah McNair
Sara Morgan
Amy Murchison
Bobbie & John Nau
Franci Neely
Byron Pettit
Shamaine Pleczko
Jordan Seff
Raquel Segal
Tina Silvestri
Julie Soefer
Yvonne M. Stern
Felicia Stone
Becca Cason Thrash
Tonya Riner
Brooke Robertson
Melanie Gray & Mark Wawro
Tracye Wear
Fabené J. Welch
Clint Willour

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