Art Of Travel Celebrates The Dawn Of St. Louis Aviation With Art, Fashion, Food And Music
An event that supports art at our airport, Art of Travel will take place once again at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on Oct. 6 from 6-9pm, welcoming guests to a vibrant, 1920s-themed cocktail party in Terminal 1. Art of Travel seamlessly combines art, fashion, music and food, thanks to custom collaborations with local artists and designers, a silent auction, live music by Kim Fuller and Galaxy Band and a spectacular menu prepared by top chefs from across the country.
Copper Collection Jewelry created by local artists Jenny Walker, Peg Fetter, Roger Rimel and Leia Zumbro will once again be available for guests to purchase during the event. Each piece features remnants of Lambert’s historic and iconic copper roof, and are all one-of-a-kind.
Since the theme for this year’s party is The Dawn of St. Louis Aviation, everything from the decor to the food will have a 1920s twist. Although dress can span from business casual to cocktail, ’20s attire is encouraged—fringe, beading, feathers, Art Deco-style accessories and more.
Tickets to Art of Travel and a preview of the impressive menu are available on the web and include dining, drinks, parking and entertainment. All proceeds benefit the Lambert Art and Culture Program.
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