In celebration of the new exhibitions opening in April, and in place of our annual gala, we have two nights of special events planned for April 20 and 21, 2022. On April 20, we will preview four new exhibitions that will open to the public the next day. This will be a wonderful opportunity for you to hear from the artists and celebrate the exhibitions and the museum.
Gonzalo Lebrija is one of the three artists that will be with us, also including Mr. Wash and Devin Reynolds who are participants in our new Outburst Projects which are new small-format exhibitions that artists create following a month-long residency. Leon Polk Smith, who passed away in 1996, will have his exhibition opening that evening as well.
The evening will kick off with cocktails, music, and socializing in the north sculpture garden. You will then make your way to the main floor to preview the new exhibitions, enjoy a sit-down dinner, and hear comments from the artists. Following dinner, everyone will have an opportunity to mingle with the artists and enjoy being back together in the museum in celebration of art and our community.
Thank you to our sponsors
Jane L. Emison & Mike Tierney
Craig Hartzman & James John
Steven A. Brown & Richard M. Cain
Roswitha Kima Smale
Carol & Jim Egan
Vicki & Bill Hood
Barry W. Morse, MD & Mrs. Candice Connell Morse
Bob Van Breda & Dallas Price Van Breda
Phyllis & Gary Schahet
Helen & Amjad Bangash
Camille Cook & Laura Hutchenson
Diane Rubin & Lenny Eber
Ellen Bruss & Mark Falcone
Jessica and Gary Grace
Patti L. Grundhofer
Kovler Family Foundation
Marilyn P. & Alan S. Loesberg
Tom Minder & Duke Kulas
Phillip K. Smith III & Lisa Smith
Phillip K. & Becky Smith
David Winton & Brian Yaklich
For more information or assistance please contact:
Louie Baumgartner, Chief Advancement Officer, Palm Springs Art Museum, firstname.lastname@example.org, 760-322-4814
Michael Hinkle, Associate Director of Advancement, Palm Springs Art Museum, email@example.com, 760-322-4897
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