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Due to Special Events, the Museum will be closed on Sunday, April 22; Thursday, April 26; & Monday, April 30.

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BLOOM BASH

Apr
27

Friday

7:00PM

BLOOM BASH

Location: The San Diego Museum of Art

Friday, April 27
7:00 p.m.–midnight

…a blaze of color, bright blossoms, and lush foliage—a garden of earthly delights—the Museum blooms again. BLOOM BASH is the high-octane opening celebration for the Art Alive weekend known for its distinctive experiences. This year, join us for a night of illuminated visual delights, scrumptious treats, and dazzling distractions.

BLOOM BASH Features:

– An adventurous selection of floral-fused custom cocktails
– Stunning installations from HYBYCOZO and Taylor Dean Harrison on view for this night only
– Divine delicacies from San Diego’s top fine dining eateries
– Craft beer and coffee by local brewery powerhouse Modern Times Beer
– Live music, performances, and dancing all night long
– 100+ floral interpretations at the Art Alive 2018 Floral Exhibition
– And more to tantalize and surprise…

Tickets:

$250 nonmembers | $200 members   (Please print tickets and bring to the event.)

(Non-tax deductible estimated fair-market value is $75.)

 

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.

BLOOM BASH Featured Artists:

HYBYCOZO

HYBYCOZO is a collaborative installation arts collective made up of Serge Beaulieu and Yelena Filipchuk. Their work consists of larger than life sculptures with laser cut patterns that draw on inspirations from mathematics, science, and natural influences. Their passion stems from one core impulse: to celebrate the inherent beauty of geometric form and pattern, and showcase them in ways that harmonizes the experience of sculpture, light, and shadow.

Taylor Dean Harrison

Taylor Dean Harrison creates both large and small mixed-media sculptures with steel, wood, found objects, and light. His interest is in creating spaces and objects for contemplation and meditation in a variety of settings. Whether at a crowded club, on a white wall, or in a quiet expanse of desert, Harrison aims to create an engaging calmness and inspire awe.


Event Partners

                                         

Bauman Photographers
Canteen
CEG Interactive
Formdecor
FWR Rental Haus
PartyKroo
PEP Creative
San Diego Audio Visual

Details

Date:
April 27
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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