We had another successful year of Mixed Concrete. Thank you everyone for your support! We still have art for sale at TRU Deli if were unable to attend the event but are still interested in buying some art!

Again, our deepest thanks from everyone on the Mixed Concrete/Habitat team.

Final Countdown

T – 5 ours until the bidding begins!  Final details are coming together and we are excited about the amount of art generous students and community artists donated this year.  Looking forward to seeing everyone this evening!


Behind the Scenes

We might not be able to share all the trade secrets, but the team is working hard to make this amazing event an evening to remember for attendees and a night of substantive results for the remarkable Kyaw Kwai and Ta Paw.  With live music in store, wine courtesy of the ever-generous TRU, and of course, artwork galore, it’s sure to be an amazing event.

Preparation is in full-swing as we get ready for Saturday night!


Let’s Bring it Home

Sure, Mixed Concrete is this amazing and fun event.  Who doesn’t like wine, art, music, and interesting company?  But at the end of the day, this art fundraiser has three very real beneficiaries.  Let’s connect this event to an Orange County family whose needs are being met by Habitat for Humanity of Orange County and by all the wonderful folks who head out to the event this Saturday at TRU.


Kyaw Kwai and Ta Paw have been married for three years. They came from different refugee camps in Thailand and met in Chapel Hill. Ta Paw recently started working as a Nurse Assistant at a senior center in Carrboro. Kyaw Kwai has worked at Aramark for two years. They have a one-year-old son, Ker Du Ku.

They are currently living in an apartment, and are excited about owning their own home. They know it will be affordable, and they believe owning their own home will create a better future for their children.