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Bloom Bash

Mar
31

Friday

7:00PM

Bloom Bash

Location: The San Diego Museum of Art

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Friday, March 31
7:00 p.m.–midnight

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The Museum blooms, the garden glows, and the Plaza pops!

Phenomenal, full-tilt fun awaits at Bloom Bash, the high-voltage, late-night celebration that kicks off Art Alive weekend.

Revel in craft food and cocktails, art installations, live performances, and music, plus enjoy the Museum galleries to be among the first to see the beautiful Art Alive floral exhibition.  

 

Bloom Bash features

 

Bloom Bash aerial view

Tickets

Tickets now on sale to members
Tickets on sale to nonmembers January 24 at 10:00 a.m. PT

$250 members | $300 nonmembers

 

 

This is a 21+ event. ID  required.

Please bring your ID and printed ticket to the event. Learn about more exclusive VIP offerings available in our new Bloom Bash packages. Click here. Proceeds from Bloom Bash and Art Alive, The San Diego Museum of Art’s signature fundraiser and annual floral exhibition, benefit education, outreach, and art initiatives year-round. No refunds available. Bloom Bash tickets are tax deductible (less $75 per ticket). If you are unable to attend, please return your tickets in advance of Bloom Bash so that your donation is fully deductible. Tickets are non-refundable. In the event of Bloom Bash cancellation due to inclement weather, all tickets are considered fully deductible charitable donations. Masks are strongly recommended inside the Museum. See full details here.


Bloom Bash Featured Artists

Laurie Shapiro

Laurie Shapiro Immersive Art Installation

 

Laurie Shapiro is an installation artist and painter living and working in Los Angeles, California. Her work is featured in public and private collections worldwide; in addition to widely commissioned all-encompassing installations for clients including the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, Otherworld, Walter Studios, and most recently, The San Diego Museum of Art. Shapiro holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. Focusing on the intrinsic connection between all living species, Shapiro’s work both conceptually and physically brings people together.

“We Are All Connected To Each Other Through Nature” is an immersive, glowing tunnel installation made with repetitive screen-printed drawings of plant life, as well as layers of hand painting on clear vinyl. Hanging lanterns with the same patterns create colorful glows of light within and outside of the tunnel, turning the Museum courtyard into an interactive and glowing environment where visitors of all ages are encouraged to playfully interact with the artwork.

 

Amanda Witucki

Amanda Witucki new school origami art installations

 

Amanda Witucki is a self-taught paper sculpture artist working from her home studio in Austin, Texas. Her paper-folded creations rely heavily on repetition, creating a textural playscape for her vivid and unique color palettes. 

Using an origami module that resembles a geometric flower, she will create an expansive installation that evokes the rich vibrance of a lush tropical canopy. Witucki aims to connote the quiet magical beauty that is found in a rainforest, and has chosen a palette that celebrates the vivid colors of tropical flowers. 

 


Bloom Bash Chairs

Art Alive Bloom Bash Chairs Robin Wilson Carrier, Mitch Mitchell, Micki Olin, and Rhianna White inside museum gallery
 
Robin Wilson Carrier
Mitch Mitchell
Micki Olin
Rhianna White

Event Partners

AO Reed
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BBJ La Tavola Specialty Linen
Bright Event Rentals
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Neiman Marcus
UBS


Bloom Bash Sponsors

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Cutwater Spirits logo       Formdecor logo       PNC Bank logo         Sunbelt Rentals logo      Hendrick's Gin logo       Ketel One Botanical Vodka Spritz logo       Bulgari logo   

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Sweet & Savory Station Sponsors

Bloom Bash food

 

Arlo
ARTIFACT at Mingei by Urban Kitchen Group
Barrel & Board
Belmont Park
Beshock Ramen
Cabetos Pops
Coast Catering
Cravory Cookies
Dang Brother Pizza
Death by Tequila
Feast on This Culinary & Event Production
Gelato Love
Harvest Kitchen
Herb & Wood
Invita Café
Kairoa Brewing Co.
Karen Krasne’s Extraordinary Desserts
Lakehouse Resort & Golf
Marisi
Medina Moroccan-Baja Kitchen
Nobu San Diego
Panama 66
Parakeet Café
Pretzels and Pints
Provisional at Pendry San Diego
Puesto
Rare Society
Salt & Fin at Harrah’s SoCal
Swagyu Chop Shop
Sweet Petite Confections
Swoonful
Terra Catering and Events
The Wild Thyme Company

Details

Date:
March 31
Time:
7:00 pm - 11:59 pm
Event Category:

Venue

The San Diego Museum of Art
1450 El Prado
San Diego, CA 92102 United States
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Phone:
(619) 232-7931

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