In partnership with Buffalo Construction, we are proud to present the in-person return of the Imagine! Art Auction + Scholarship Fundraiser on Saturday, October 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Omni Hotel in downtown Louisville. For over 25 years, Imagine! has consistently been one of Louisville’s premier and most popular art auctions. Guests enjoy an amazing art exhibit with opportunities to take home inspired, original works of art from locally and nationally celebrated artists, as well as chances to bid on priceless travel experiences featured in our live auction. In addition to the dazzling display of artwork, guests are also treated to signature cocktails, gourmet food, and the opportunity to mix and mingle with local artists. 

Proceeds raised at Imagine! directly support financial aid and scholarships, which total more than $3 million each year. Our robust commitment to need-based tuition assistance helps make a Francis Parker education accessible to as many students as possible. Please help us make this year our most successful event yet. You can support the event in a number of ways:

  • Help underwrite the event expenses and promote your business through event sponsorship
  • Buy tickets and plan to attend with friends and family – this is an event for everyone, you don’t have to be a Francis Parker parent to enjoy Imagine!
  • Join the planning committee – no matter what your skills and talents may be, we’ll find a place for you to contribute and help out
  • If you’re an artist or you know an artist, consider submitting a piece of artwork and/or encouraging other artists to participate – artists receive 50% of the sale price   

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to be involved in one of our biggest scholarship fundraising initiatives. Please mark your calendars, make plans to attend, and get involved – our success depends on you!

Tickets are $150 and include cocktails, dinner, dessert, dancing, and the opportunity to spend the evening with inspiring art and artists.  

Artists interested in participating and anyone interested in volunteering should contact Director of Development Kenisha Kelsey at 502-736-1008 by September 25.