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MEET THE MUSEUM!

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The Only White Party Event Celebrating LGBT Artists

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MEET THE MUSEUM
Friday, April 27, 2018
Kick off your White Party Weekend experience in style! Mix and mingle in the museum lobby and gardens, and also view the spectacular new Andy Warhol and Michael Childers exhibitions.
$150 VIP Private Preview and Reception 
5:00-6:00 p.m
(includes one-year Museum Membership and Valet Parking for the evening)
$75 General Admission
6:00-8:00 p.m.
* DJ Dawna Montell * Open Bar * Food * Warhol and Childers Exhibitions
Buy your tickets NOW! Click here!
Show your support for the museum by becoming a sponsor! Details here
Sponsors: Harold B. Matzner, Jeffrey Sanker, Donna MacMillan, Mark Prior, Tom Minder & Duke Kulas, Newman’s Own Foundation/Patty and Arthur Newman, Justin David

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