Don’t miss out on the last few weeks to view Terry Adkins: Resounding at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation. This exhibition brings together more than forty works from across the artist’s career, from rarely-exhibited examples of Adkins’s early practice to some of his most celebrated works. The Pulitzer is open to the public by private reservation only. Book your free, 45-minute reservation here.
Big Muddy invites you to enjoy Collide, a fierce mix of movement and music January 22-24. This virtual performance will feature four world premieres & a performance by The Big Muddy Trainee Program. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here.
The Gallery at The Kranzberg opens again on January 15th to present the work of Deborah Douglas in the exhibition Some Things I Know, Some Things I Only Believe. Gallery visits are available from January 15th through February 19th by appointment only with COVID-19 mitigation policies in place.
NOW ON SALE: Open Air continues through February with a lineup you don’t want to miss. Celebrate live arts safely outside under the heated and well-ventilated tent at The Grandel. Indulge in a rotating menu while the musicians light up the stage. The January line-up features jazz, blues, rock, and soul on Friday and Saturday evenings and Sundays for brunch. To maintain appropriate physical distance, parties are limited to 6 guests per table. Read more about the social distancing policy here. 🎷
Let us introduce you to our newest obsession: Urban Chestnut’s Sparkling Hop Water. This all-natural, zero sugar, zero-calorie beverage is incredibly refreshing and created with Hop Waters from various Urban Chestnut beverages. Order them to-go by the 4-pack or shipped as a mix ‘n match 12-pack.
Sheldon Trivia is back on February 5th at 7pm! Hosted via Zoom, this safe, fun event invites you to support important arts education programs while having a great time at home playing trivia with your friends! Register your team today.