The Huntsville Museum of Art’s 31st Annual GALA
is set for March 1 – 5, 2022.
Please join us for parties and auctions highlighting fine art, trips and treasures.
Considered one of Huntsville’s premiere events, the Huntsville Museum of Art’s Annual Gala, presented by the Gala Committee, is a tangible force aiding the Museum in its effort to bring people and art together in our community. The Gala Committee has lent well over $4 million in support of the Museum throughout its 31-year history.
The Annual Gala consists of three separate events which each offer unique cultural activities to attract a variety of patrons, both young and old. These three events are tied together by the month-long Gala Art Exhibition! This year’s featured artist is Deborah Hill. Leading up to the 31st Annual Gala, the silent auction art, trips, parties and treasures will be on display in the galleries and available for immediate purchase. You can secure your favorite item before the Gala and take it home after the event to enjoy forever!
Complimentary cocktails and valet parking for all three events.
Deborah R. Hill
Buy now, take later
Leading up to the 31st Annual Gala, the silent auction art, trips, parties and treasures will be on exhibit in the galleries and available for IMMEDIATE PURCHASE! You can secure your favorite item before the Gala and take it home after the event to enjoy forever!
Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Ray Booth is an Alabama native and Auburn University graduate who divides his time between Nashville and New York. Learn more below.
Black Tie Dinner & Live Auction:
Thursday, March 3, 2022
Guests will enjoy a cocktail hour followed by dinner and a live auction of artwork and trips. Learn more below.
Cocktail Party & Silent Auction:
Saturday, March 5, 2022
Meet the featured artist as they mingle with guests and enjoy live entertainment and a silent auction of fine art and trips. Learn more below.
The Huntsville Museum of Art and the 2021 Gala Committee would like to thank our sponsors:
– Jean Wessel Templeton –
Car Chance Sponsor