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April 27 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Please join us for Tacoma Art Museum’s annual spring luncheon – an exciting opportunity to celebrate and support TAM’s mission of connecting people through art. This program will raise funds to benefit the Museum’s educational programs, inspiring exhibitions, and care and growth of the permanent collection.
As a special treat for guests, we are having a small pop-up exhibition of some of the Japanese woodblock prints from TAM’s collection. The preservation and exhibition of these fragile works is one of the many ways TAM continues to invest in sharing the many diverse voices who have influenced the development of Northwest art. Enjoy champagne cocktails and a tasteful lunch in an intimate garden atmosphere, with a message from a local keynote speaker. Stick around for the social hour following lunch to view current exhibitions and indulge in the sounds of Tacoma’s local string quartet, the Arcobaleno Strings.
Single Patron: $50
Patron Table (seats 8): $400
Single Benefactor: $150
Benefits include: an invitation to an exclusive preview event for the upcoming exhibition, Warhol and the West, scheduled for June 2020 and a copy of the exhibition’s catalogue.
Benefactor Table (seats 8): $1,200
Benefits include: a round of mimosas for the table and an invitation to an exclusive preview event for the upcoming exhibition, Warhol and the West, scheduled for June 2020 and a copy of the exhibition’s catalogue.
This event is generously sponsored by Propel Insurance, JTM Construction, Showcase Magazine, and Heritage Distilling.
Image: Utagawa Hiroshige. “Plum Garden, Kamata,” 1857. Woodblock print, 14 ¼ x 9 3/8 in. Tacoma Art Museum. Gift of Mrs. James W. Lyon. Photo by Richard Nicol.