Charity Gala Celebrating the Work of Margie Burns

Premiere Screening of Style Documentary, Darling, It’s Interesting

Opening Night time of Art Exhibition, Gulliver

Saturday, November 6, 2021

CityArts (39 S Magnolia Avenue)

6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

About this event:

Shake Up Manner is a charity gala that supports the Downtown Arts District/CityArts and the Advent Wellness Neuroscience Institute. Showcased artist, Margie Burns, is navigating via life as a man or woman with Parkinson’s Disease. She found that a person of her most effective sorts of treatment is creating art. This celebration delivers recognition of this disorder and highlights just one strong woman’s outstanding journey. Attendees will get an up-close-and-own search into her lifetime and what she’s been able to execute through her resourceful brain! Dr. Arnaldo Isa will be in attendance to response any thoughts concerning Parkinson’s Disease from a scientific standpoint.

Friends will love an stylish evening of food, fashion, artwork, and movie.

What will happen?

  • Trend expertise with AshrockArt equipment and photoshoot
  • Handed hors d’oeuvres
  • Bar: (2) drink tickets for General Admission | Unlimited champagne for VIP
  • Artist talks about Gulliver and meet & greet alternatives with showcased artist, Margie Burns
  • Music performance by Tyla
  • Film screening of Vogue Documentary, Darling, it’s Interesting

$75 VIP Expertise

Involves hors d’oeuvres, unrestricted champagne, confined editioned signed print by Margie Burns, leading seating at the film screening

$50 Normal Admission

Involves hors d’oeuvres, (2) consume tickets, basic seating at the film screening

This occasion brings consciousness about Parkinson’s Disease. All proceeds from the party help Introduction Overall health Neuroscience Institute and Downtown Arts District/CityArts.

Apparel: Purple, White, and Black


Artist Bio

Born in Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. Graduated nursing college from Groote Schuur Clinic/University of Cape City South Africa.

1993-2020: VP/SM Macy’s.

2020-existing: Retired. Comprehensive time Artist and Parkinson’s Exploration Advocate.

I am a self taught artist in each Acyclic on Canvas and Photographic Digital artwork.

2012 at the age of 55 I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. A Progressive Neurological Disease which result uncontrolled motion and many other signs. Just about every PD human being have a distinct set of signs and symptoms. Parkinson’s is progressive and has no get rid of (yet).

I started my Art journey about 5 decades into my diagnosis. Artwork has turn out to be my therapy and enthusiasm. It calms my intellect and body…it is also the fuel that ignites and excites the explanations why I was supplied Parkinson’s. I do not undergo from Parkinson’s..I believe its created me a better human being. Its made me an Artist.

Time is valuable….I intent to continue on experiencing Artwork and use my Parkinson’s & Art journey for analysis purposes in acquiring a treatment.

Parkinson’s is not a loss of life sentence. You just have to uncover a way to live in a different way and value and delight in the journey.

– Margie Burns