Original artwork created by Schifino Lee Advertising + Branding is being used to promote the Tampa Museum of Art’s Pavilion XXIX gala. The artwork features the human form illuminated by glowing hand-drawn letters in multi-colored light, depicting the word “Pavilion” and the museum’s logo.
The artwork conveys the fundraising event’s theme, “Immersion of Light & Art,” as well as the immersive experience attendees can look forward to. Schifino Lee created the black-tie gala’s invitations, posters, Save-the-Date mailings, and patron invitations. Schifino Lee contributed its work pro bono in support of the museum and its arts culture.
Pavilion, in its 29th year, is Tampa Museum of Art’s premier black tie gala and its biggest event of the year with over 400 people anticipated to attend. The event will feature fine dining, music, dancing, a live auction, and an original interactive art installation created by Chicago-based Luftwerk to be unveiled during the event.
“This year Schifino Lee embraced Pavilion’s use of artistic and freeform illumination to reflect the theme in a new and different way,” says Ben Lee, a Founder and Principal at Schifino Lee.
Pavilion XXIX will be held on Saturday, November 1st from 7:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m. Visit http://tampamuseum.org/pavillion-xxix/ for more information.