Sunday, February 26 might seem a world away now that blossoms are on the trees, but the time has moved quickly at BMFI with the roll out of our spring events. I hope that you'll forgive us for the delay in posting these photos from our Oscar Party.
Over 230 guests enjoyed BMFI's fourth annual Oscar Party, which featured the Academy Awards broadcast larger-than-life on the big screen. In addition to the live simulcast of the Oscars, the event included a silent auction and a gourmet buffet dinner from JPM Catering & Events that was paired with complimentary beer selections from Victory Brewing Company. The evening was sponsored by the Delaware Valley Audi Dealers and all proceeds benefited BMFI.
We appreciate the support of our sponsors, auction donors, guests, volunteers, and staff--thank you for helping to bring a little bit of Hollywood to Bryn Mawr.
|BMFI President Juliet Goodfriend dressed in Oscar gold for the theater's fourth annual Oscar Party fundraiser. Photo by Alexis Mayer.|
|Oscar Party guests browse the silent auction items in BMFI's arcade. Photo by Alexis Mayer.|
|Delaware Valley Audi Dealers sponsored BMFI's Oscar Party. Audi's Laura Zieske and Michael and Lauren Walsh of Wynnewood show off their red carpet style. Photo by Joel Perlish.|
|BMFI's Valerie Temple and Andrew Douglas were psyched for their night as emcees. Photo by Alexis Mayer.|
|Our volunteers are all-stars! Frequent volunteer Jack Rutkowski, one of the evening's bartenders, pours a glass of wine for a guest. Photo by Joel Perlish.|
|We hosted a raffle to win a five-night stay at an apartment in Paris. Volunteer Sara Douglas poses with the raffle display at the Oscar Party. The drawing was held on March 12, BMFI's seventh anniversary. Photo by Alexis Mayer.|
|Volunteer Barbara Murray of String Variations graciously provided lovely music in the arcade. Guests in the upstairs Multimedia Room enjoyed a live guitar duo. Photo by Joel Perlish.|
|We encouraged guests to dress in their red carpet best or come in costumes inspired by the nominated films. Gladys Saldana dressed in this vintage outfit as a tribute to Best Picture winner The Artist. Photo by Joel Perlish.|
|Elana Starr, the winner of BMFI's Oscar Party contest, brought her husband, Larry. Her beret is also a "nod" to the French The Artist. Photo by Joel Perlish.|