LaGrange Art Museum to host 2nd annual "Art N' Bloom" Fundraiser | Arts & Culture
The LaGrange Art Museum will once again usher in spring with The Art N’ Bloom fundraiser event.
This year’s event will take place in two parts. The first, A High Tea and Demonstration, will be held from 3:00pm to 6:00pm at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange on Thursday, May 2nd.
The second, a two-day Floral Interpretation of the Museum’s Permanent Collection will take place at the Art Museum, Friday May 3rd through Saturday, May 4th, with the Art N’ Bloom Interpretation Reception Friday, May 3rd at 7:00pm.
The High Tea and Demonstration will feature special guests Ann Huff & Meg Harrington, owners of Huff Harrington Home of Atlanta, who will create decorative arrangements inspired by the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Guests will watch as they create three-dimensional arrangements inspired by the color, texture, and symmetry of a two-dimensional painting.
The next day, on Friday May 3rd, community members will create their own floral arrangement depicting interpretations of a painting selected from the Museum's Permanent Collection. This promises to be great fun sharing ideas and laughs and will culminate with the Art N’ Bloom Interpretation Reception Friday, May 3rd at 7:00pm.
Floral interpretations will be on display at the Museum through Saturday, May 4th.
Art N’ Bloom is a fundraising approach that enables patrons to support the museum financially while enjoying a museum program that particularly appeals to them. “We're very excited about this event,” said Board President Ethyl L. Ault, “The response so far has been tremendous. We are thrilled that this is now an annual event.”
Tickets are $55 per person for the High Tea and Demonstration. Art N’ Bloom Interpretation Reception tickets are $10 for members/$15 for non-members.
For tickets and information, contact the LaGrange Art Museum at 112 Lafayette Parkway in LaGrange (706-882-3267).
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