The Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts is thrilled to announce that for his outstanding contributions to the Medical and Literary fields, Dr. Atul Gawande has been selected as the recipient of the 2017 Charles Mosesian Award for the Arts to be presented at the Mosesian Gala 2017 on Tuesday, June 27.
The Mosesian Center for the Arts community wishes to recognize Dr. Gawande for his remarkable, breakthrough writing that has changed the way many of us look at our lives and the end of our lives – his latest book Being Mortal is a New York Times Bestseller. Aside from being a remarkable human being, world renowned surgeon, and music lover, Atul is a supporter of the arts and literary contributor to numerous publications.
The evening’s celebration will include a private VIP per-reception on the Branch Line Patio, an interview style discussion with Atul and athenaHealth CEO Jonathan Bush, fine food and drinks from some of our favorite local establishments, and music by Awaaz Do featuring Saraswathi Jones. It promises to be a wonderful evening of inspiring ideas and great music celebrating Atul Gawande and the arts.
About the award: The Charles Mosesian Award for the Arts recognizes individuals or organizations who exemplify Armenian Genocide Survivor and Watertown Businessman, Charles Mosesian’s overarching commitment to the arts community.
For more information, to purchase tickets or for sponsorship opportunities, please visit Mosesianarts.org or call 617-923-0100.