INTRO
LIGHT SHADOW & STRUCTURE
November 19th 2021
This elegant black-tie event will submerge you in the arts and stimulate your senses from the moment you step foot into the exquisite Hyde House venue. Four breathtaking collections will be unveiled that are not only beautiful but thought provoking. The Light, Shadow and Structure theme of the gala is woven into the human focus of the art. From the plight of the Native Americans to slavery and our elderly. This event hopes to take the light and shine it into the shadows to dismantle your current structures of thinking. Choose your glamorous fashion to match the theme while relishing in the night's entertainment of dancers, aerialist performers, singers and other show performers.
Ticket Info
PREMIER
  • 6:30 red carpet exclusive access and private viewing
  • Hors d'oeuvres 6:30-7:30 P.M.
  • Access to "Reflection" immersive display
  • Guided discussion with artist
  • Champagne toast
  • Private dance and musical performance
  • Private top shelf bar 6:30 P.M. - 9:30 P.M.
  • Private lounge room 6:30 P.M. - 12:00 A.M.
  • Swag Bag
  • Access to all VIP & General lounge areas
  • First access to "7 years" portraits and having your own portrait photo taken
  • Live dance, aerialist, show and musical performances throughout the evening
  • Afterparty from 10:00P.M. - 12:00 A.M.
  • 400$
VIP
  • 8:00 P.M. red carpet access to gala and displayed artwork
  • Open bar
  • Access to have your own "7 years" portrait photo taken
  • Viewing access to "Reflection" display from 10:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M.
  • Live dance, aerialist, show and musical performances throughout the evening
  • Afterparty from 10:00P.M. - 12:00 A.M.
  • 189$
GENERAL
  • 8:00 P.M. red carpet access to gala and displayed artwork
  • Card bar
  • Access to have your own "7 years" portrait photo taken
  • Viewing access to "Reflection" display from 10:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M.
  • Live dance, aerialist, show and musical performances throughout the evening
  • Afterparty from 10:00P.M. - 12:00 A.M.
  • 79$
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Dana Peska
Dana Peska's debut body of work represents a microcosm of collective memory, visually encapsulating a broad range of cultural, literary, and historical allusions-from slavery, the plight and majesty of Native American perseverance, to the culmination of years of generational trauma. Inspired by the legacy of suffering, Peska reflects upon America's identity and history. Fusing art and history, light and shadow with oil on canvas and three dimensional, fully immersive experiences, Peska engages the complex events of history and the ancestral epics of inequality and injustice, grappling with the impact on today's world. Her boundless repertoire of imagery is paralleled only by the breadth of media palpable in the short history of her work. Peska's oeuvre encompasses paintings, installations, illustrations, and an array of works on paper such as drawings and watercolors. The physical elements of her practice-from paint, concrete, and canvas to textiles and dried plants-are as symbolically resonant as they are vast-ranging. By integrating, expanding, and regenerating imagery and techniques, she brings to light the importance of the shadows of American history on our daily life. Peska was born to an immigrant family and lived in a small suburb outside of Chicago. As a self-trained artist, she now works from her studio in Tampa. Peska's work has been shown and purchased by private collectors across the United States. Her work has been shown at Creighton Block Gallery Big Sky, Mont. You can currently see her art displayed for purchase at Courtney Collins Fine Art also in Big Sky, as well Hyde House Tampa, Fl.
Performers
Neesheta Studio
Studio Neesheta an Exploration of Cultural & Aerial Movement is a dance studio location in Land O' Lakes, FL. Our goal is to help others find their physical and emotional strength through divine empowerment and sensuality. We provide a safe and welcoming environment, from the owner to instructors and encourage this in every single dancer. Studio Neesheta is not just a pole studio, rather a dance studio that strives to spread the love of different cultures and movements to our students. The owner and lead instructor, Neesheta Patram-Arneson, grew up in the area at a time where being a person of color was not as common nor as accepted as today. Her mixed heritage did provide her the gift of diverse cultures taught by her family. Neesheta set out to create a dance studio that would spread her love of diverse cultures through movement, in the very same area she grew up in. Creating the environment she wishes was available to her years ago means the world to her and is the heart of the Studio Neesheta vision. From the moment new students walk in the lobby, they are immersed in a welcoming, loving, happy, fun and diverse world. Neesheta, every instructor and student is diverse, supportive and ready to make you feel at home. We welcome anyone wanting to be a positive force for yourself and others to our magical, crazy coven.
Doug Buffaloe
Doug Buffaloe is a recording artist, voice actor, stage performer, and New Jersey transplant. He has interned with Walt Disney World, spent 6 years traveling and performing abroad, and now resides in Riverview. Through a deep love of jazz and musicals as a child (thanks to his father), he grew up in a house full of music and singing along. He trained at the Patel Conservatory after high school. He can now be seen performing at Busch Gardens, CW's Gin Joint, with the band DeLeon Entertainment, and in shows at at the Straz.
HYDE HOUSE
Hyde House
1646 W Snow Ave,
Tampa, FL 33606