Summer Benefit 2010

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Monday, June 21, 2010 - 11:00am

Summer Benefit 2010

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Please join us for the
PARTY ON THE HIGH LINE and SUMMER DINNER

Honoring Donald R. Mullen, Jr. and The Tiffany & Co. Foundation


Monday, June 21, 2010

Cocktails on the High Line at 6:00 PM, featuring a special preview of Stephen Vitiello's A Bell for Every Minute. Dinner to follow at Phillips de Pury & Company at 7:30 PM.


Tickets to The Party on the High Line are no longer available for purchase online.
To purchase tickets or for more information, contact Alicia King at (212) 206-9922 or alicia.king@thehighline.org.


Donald R. Mullen, Jr.

Celebrate High Line Art as we honor its founding supporter, Donald R. Mullen, Jr. High Line Art commissions new and innovative artwork for the High Line, introducing contemporary artists to a wide audience and providing park visitors with a unique and enriching experience. With a vision of public art as an essential part of the High Line, Don made it possible for Friends of the High Line to hire a dedicated art curator, and he laid the foundation for an ongoing series of installations. We are endlessly grateful for Don's foresight and generous contributions to High Line Art, a program that is transforming the cultural landscape of New York City.


The Tiffany & Co. Foundation

We are proud to honor The Tiffany & Co. Foundation as it celebrates its 10th Anniversary. With a generous capital campaign gift, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation helped build the Chelsea Grasslands — an iconic feature of the park that was inspired by the wild landscape of the original High Line. Because the Foundation recognizes the important role that urban parks play in our cities, it stepped forward with a major, multi-year gift toward sustaining the High Line's long-term maintenance and operations, as well as support to the endowment. We are pleased to show our appreciation for The Tiffany & Co. Foundation’s leadership at our most important event of the year.


Please join us as we celebrate all that Don and The Tiffany & Co. Foundation have done to make the High Line such a well-loved place.