Our signature event and party of the year, Big Art Party 2019 – Peace. Love. Art. was one groovy party celebrating “Era of Cool: The Art of John Van Hamersveld” exhibition, the 1960s and the Museum’s 60th anniversary all the while supporting The Westmoreland’s exhibition and education programs! Who’s already excited for next year’s Big Art Party? 🙋
Sponsor Party > 6:30-7:30pm*
Join us for an exclusive pre-party as we show special appreciation for our Big Art Party Sponsors! Enjoy a VIP experience with iconic graphic artist John Van Hamersveld, musical entertainment by Melinda Colaizzi from Melinda & The Night Sky, specialty ‘60s themed cocktails, an open bar, and heavy hors d’oeuvres by Kimberley Ashlee Catering. Then, stay for all the groovy fun to follow at the Big Art Party!
*A minimum of two $250 tickets must be purchased for a total Friend Sponsor package value of $500, which provides access for two people to the exclusive Sponsor Pre-Party and the Big Art Party.
Big Art Party > 7:30 – 11pm
Celebrate peace, love and art at our ’60s-inspired party. Jam to R&B-flavored funk rock from Them Vibes, get your groove on during Silent Disco provided by Frequency-528, indulge in a cash bar, visit the Brain Freeze Liquid Nitro Cocktail Bar and Spherical Meltdown Desserts by Bella Christie and Lil’ Z’s Sweet Boutique, enjoy light bites from Sun Dawg Cafe, Elegant Catering, & French Express Food, and so much more!
$60 members/$75 non-members
Dress Attire: Ratted-up Beehives, Psychedelic Threads, & Any Bold ’60s Fashion (aka Fun Cocktail Attire)
To purchase tickets, click here.
Interested in being a Big Art Party sponsor and attending the pre-party?
Sponsors enjoy great benefits, including access to an exclusive pre-party event. Please contact Rhonda Madden, Director of Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-837-1500 x130 for more information.
A SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Blue Sky Sign Company
*Credit Line:John Van Hamersveld (b.1941), The Endless Summer 50th Anniversary Poster (detail), 2014, Collection of the Artist. ©John Van Hamersveld