A Night at the Museum

Benefits The Bass Museum

Christina Getty-Maercks and Criselda Breene

Thursday, April 26 from 7 to 10 p.m.
Bass Museum of Art
2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

The Bass Museum of Art will host A Night at the Museum to celebrate the first Charles Ledray Exhibition in Florida which will be on view from April 27 through August 12. The Seattle-born artist now lives and works in New York. Ledray’s work is a poetry of material, scale, and cultural resonance rich with history and emotion. Well known for his exquisitely crafted objects, working in a range of materials from fabric to human bone, Ledray’s work touches on loss, pathos, and absence. Chairs for the event are Christina Getty-Maercks and Criselda Breene (pictured). Tickets for the gala opening reception range from $175 to $1,000. The $175 ticket includes a new Mummy Level membership or renewal for one year; the $1,000 ticket admits two and includes your name on the donor wall. Complimentary admission for two for Rubens Level members ($250) and above. Current members in levels below $175 can upgrade to higher level to attend the event. Valet parking is complimentary.

About Bass Museum

We inspire and educate by exploring the connections between our historical collections and contemporary art.

Our exhibitions present art in dynamic conversations spanning time, history and cultures. Our collection of Antiquities, Renaissance and Baroque art anchors exhibitions, educational programs and scholarship.

Our education programs demonstrate that art is a catalyst for creativity and positive growth, especially in the area of early childhood education. The museum provides affordable resources for the teaching community, based on sound scholarship.

Our museum creates community through collaborative cultural programming at its unique Miami Beach location.

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