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‘Micro Art, Mega Heart’ event set March 30

Micro Art, Mega Heart, an evening with Dr. Willard Wigan, MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire), internationally renowned micro-sculptor, is planned Monday, March 30 to benefit Charity for Change.

A VIP reception with the artist will be at 4:30 p.m., with a general admission reception at 5 p.m., followed by presentation at 6 p.m. at Norris Center, 755 8th Ave. S., Naples.

Discover the magnificent heart behind the microscopic art of Wigan as he shares his personal story. Clients of his art, which is so small it often needs to be viewed with a microscope, include royalty and celebrities. He has two Guinness World records for the micro sculptures he creates on pinheads, eyelashes and within the eyes of needles.

Childhood torment, undiagnosed dyslexia and autism lead Wigan to create this tiny world. Sharing Charity for Change’s passion for teaching children the skills needed to promote emotional growth and overcome obstacles, Wigan has donated his guest appearance and a piece of his art to support Charity for Change’s mission.

Sponsorships and tickets are available. Sponsors to date include presenting sponsor Emillions Art and media sponsors èBella and Life in Naples magazines. Individual tickets are $500 per person for VIP which includes cocktail reception, artist meet & greet and presentation, and $100 per person for general admission which includes cocktail reception and presentation.

For information, tickets and sponsorships, please visit charityforchange.org or call 239-592-6787.


About Charity for Change

Founded in 2008, Charity for Change brings children together to see past their differences and work together for others in need to prevent bullying, violence and hate. Through character education and charitable activities, the organization serves children through its after school, summer school, preschool, and in-school programs. Since 2008, the program as impacted 62,00 children, instilling 19 character traits and raising $138,000 for 100 area charities. The goal of Charity for Change is to cultivate confident, compassionate children who become successful learners, contribute to their schools and communities, and participate in society as empathetic, resilient, ethical, and self-reliant citizens. For more information about Charity for Change, please visit www.charityforchange.org or call 239-592-6787.

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