Museum gala flirts with racy night club atmosphere

MCASD Director Hugh Davies dances with Faye Hunter Russell

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Photo by Susan DeMaggio

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) held its 36th annual Monte Carlo gala benefit on Sept. 8 with the “On Screen” after party, “Booze, Beats and Bets,” offering up some naughty late-night amusements at 700 Prospect St. Here are some scenes from the soiree, in case you missed it! — Susan DeMaggio

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