Piazza de Liberace Modernism Week Silent Auction

January 2016
09:00 PM PST
February 2016
07:33 PM PST
GOAL $10,000.00
44.0% To Goal

Piazza de Liberace Modernism Week Silent Auction

Extraordinary items will be auctioned at our special event at Piazza de Liberace, a former home of Liberace in Palm Springs, California. Proceeds benefit the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, in its ongoing operations to preserve the Legacy of Liberace and fund scholarships and grants in the Performing and Creative Arts.

About Liberace Foundation

The Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts was created by iconic showman Liberace himself, in 1976. He endowed it with the rights to his name, likeness, trademarks and the massive treasure trove of costumes, cars, pianos, jewelry, crystal, fine art, furnishings, recordings, rare letters and documents known as the Liberace Museum Collection. The Foundation manages the endowment assets to create scholarships in the performing and creative arts. Over $6 million has been awarded over 2700 students at over 100 universities since 1981.

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Live Event Information

Piazza de Liberace, a Palm Springs former home of Mr. Showmanship himself, welcomes Modernism Week guests in support of the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts. The Christopher Kennedy interior design of this classic residence will be further adorned with authentic costumes and other artifacts of the Liberace Museum Collection on loan from the Liberace Foundation. See Liberace’s mirrored Rolls Royce Phantom V limousine, driven by Michael Douglas in the HBO film “Behind the Candelabra,” along with costumes worn by Michael Douglas, Matt Damon and Liberace himself. Enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and bling at this stunning 1952 home. A silent auction benefiting the Liberace Foundation will include rare pieces from Liberace’s designer Anna Nateece, and more.

Proceeds benefit the Liberace Foundation, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization which has provided over $6 million in grants and scholarships since 1981; please visit http://www.liberace.org for more information.