A Collector’s Story & Preview Party with Dr. Diane Jacobsen for “American Made: Paintings & Sculpture from the DeMell Jacobsen Collection”

Exploring American Made Artistic Heritage

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HUNTSVILLE-Join us for an evening celebrating American craftsmanship and artistic heritage at the Huntsville Museum of Art. Featuring distinguished guest speaker Dr. Diane Jacobsen, this exclusive event unveils…

American Made: Paintings and Sculpture
from the DeMell Jacobsen Collection

Courtesy of the Thomas H. and Diane DeMell Jacobsen PhD Foundation

🎟️ Tickets:
Members: $60 | Non-Members: $100 Tickets on sale starting February 20th

Date: Thursday, March 21, 2024
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Venue: Huntsville Museum of Art

The evening kicks off at 6:00 PM with a captivating Collector’s Story and Preview Party by Dr. Diane Jacobsen in the prestigious Great Hall. Explore the intricate narratives behind the exceptional artworks gathered from the DeMell Jacobsen Collection.

Following the Collector’s Story and Preview Party from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM, join us for an elegant reception in the Richard & Roper Room. Mingle with fellow art enthusiasts and savor delectable refreshments amidst the backdrop of exquisite American art.

Experience the essence of American creativity and ingenuity. Mark your calendars and secure your tickets early to ensure you don’t miss this exceptional cultural event.

 

Diane DeMell Jacobsen

Diane DeMell Jacobsen, M.A., Ph.D., is a remarkable individual with a diverse range of accomplishments and contributions in various fields. She has established herself as a successful business executive, an international affairs scholar, and a passionate advocate for the arts.

Starting her career after graduating with a B.A. in Mathematics in 1965, Dr. Jacobsen joined IBM and quickly progressed through a series of senior executive management positions. Her expertise and leadership skills allowed her to excel in the corporate world. In 1986, she relocated to Jacksonville, Florida, where she became a prominent figure in the healthcare industry, eventually serving as President and CEO of an insurance company.

 

Media Release/Huntsville Museum of Art 

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